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Cast overview:
Charles Hill Mailes ...
Whispering Smith (as Charles H. Mailes)
Don Bailey ...
George Fuller
M. Everett ...
Monroe Simmons
Gayne Whitman ...
Tom Williams (as Alfred Vosburgh)
Mary MacLaren ...
Ethel Fuller
Rex De Rosselli ...
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28 May 1917 (USA)  »

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Money Madness ( 1917 ) - Lost Silent ?
15 September 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

When a bank is on the verge of collapse, its president, George Fuller ( Don Bailey ), uses his own fortune to cover its losses. Unknown to Fuller, however, Monroe Simmons ( M. Everett ), his vice-president, is undermining the bank for his own purposes. Then Tom Williams ( Alfred Vosburg ), who is in love with Fuller's daughter Ethel ( Mary MacLaren ), asks his uncle, famous detective "Whispering Smith," ( Charles H. Mailes ) to investigate the case. Smith successfully uncovers Simmons' conspiracy and apprehends him and his fellow conspirators, thus saving the bank.

This 1917 silent drama/mystery was produced by The Universal Film Manufacturing Company. The survival status of Money Madness is now listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost silent film.

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