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If You Believe It, It's So (1922)

Passed | | Crime, Drama, Romance | 2 July 1922 (USA)
The story of a crook who achieves regeneration through association rather than reformation through faith. It is a slow and arduous process till he realizes his way-of-life is not life's best way.

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Chick Harris (a crook)
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Alvah Morley (a country girl)
Joseph J. Dowling ...
Ezra Wood (a patriarch) (as Joseph Dowling)
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Sky Blue (confidence Man)
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Colonel Williams
Laura Anson ...
Tessie Wyngate
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Frank Tine (realty agent) (as Charles French)
Tom Kennedy ...
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The story of a crook who achieves regeneration through association rather than reformation through faith. It is a slow and arduous process till he realizes his way-of-life is not life's best way.

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2 July 1922 (USA)  »

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Le retour à la terre  »

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If You Believe It, It's So (1922) -- Lost Film ?
6 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This 1922 drama was produced by the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation and distributed by Paramount Pictures Corporation. Starring popular silent screen stars, Thomas Meighan and Pauline Starke, sadly this film's status is listed as unknown and all I can offer the reader is this brief synopsis. Hopefully a copy of this silent drama survives and resurfaces for public viewing.

Intent on robbing an old man of his wallet, big city crook Chick Harris ( Thomas Meighan ) instead finds himself helping his victim and impressed by his sincerity, he resolving to begin life anew in the country. Chick becomes a respected real estate agent with the encouragement of Colonel Williams ( Charles Ogle ) and his niece, Alvah Morley ( Pauline Starke ), and he successfully frustrates the schemes of a former pal to cheat the townspeople, uses the pal's funds to build an orphanage, and exposes a corrupt sheriff.


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