Mike Morgan creates the illusions that magicians use in their shows. While his business is Miracles for Sale, his hobby is exposing fake spiritualists. At the club, he is invited to attend ... See full summary »
Fingers is planning a half-million-dollar bank robbery in gang boss Cobra Collins' territory. Fingers' moll Connie tries to bluff Cobra into thinking the hit won't be for another week when the call comes through saying it's now.
Prizefighter Mason loses his opening fight so wife Rose leaves him for Hollywood. Without her around Mason trains and starts winning. Rose comes back and wants Mason to dump his manager Regan and replace him with her secret lover Lewis.
There is no reliable documentation that any film bearing this title was produced or released at this time; it was never reviewed in Moving Picture World, never copyrighted, does not appear ... See full summary »
Jane Maynard ( Eleanor Boardman )opens a mission in memory of philanthropist Bland Hendricks ( Winter Hall ). John Anstell ( Wallace MacDonald ), son of a powerful and greedy millionaire, Michael Anstell ( Tyrone Power Sr ), falls in love with Jane, to the old man's disapproval. Anstell tries to undermine Jane's work by hiring reporter Tom Barnett ( Raymond Griffith ) to write an unfavourable story about the mission. After a visit, Barnett is so convinced, by Jane's sincerity, of the value of the endeavour that he volunteers his help. Anstell pretends to support the mission to gain public favour, but a mob seeking revenge for wrongs done by Anstell attacks the son, John, and beats him to death. Anstell sees his mistakes, awakens to the real purpose of Jane's work, and reforms. Jane and Barnett continue together at the mission.
This 1923 drama was based on the novel, The Day of Faith by Arthur Somers Roche. The film adaptation was produced by the Goldwyn Pictures Corporation. Tragically, this silent film now remains lost.
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