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Will Prescott
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Ned Seabury
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Israel Cohen
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23 March 1925 (USA)  »

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Der Dieb aus Liebe  »

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Lost Silent
30 August 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Will Prescott ( Richard Dix ) and Ned Seabury ( Neil Hamilton ) work as cashiers in the bank of Israel Cohen ( Robert Edeson ). Ned speculates in the stock market and lives well on his investments, spending a substantial part of his money on Will's wife, Agnes ( Claire Adams ), who longs for the luxuries that Will cannot provide her on his salary. Will eventually succumbs to temptation and places $30,000 of the bank's money with Arnold Kirke ( Henry Stephenson ), Ned's broker. A sudden change in market conditions wipes out Kirke, and the distraught broker commits suicide, the theft is discovered, and Israel Cohen places the responsibility for the crime on Ned rather than Will. Will at first allows Ned to take the blame, but his better nature prevails and he confesses. Will is jailed, and a repentant Agnes goes to Cohen and pleads for his freedom. Cohen is impressed with the woman's sincerity and arranges for Will's release from jail, sending him to South America to manage a coffee plantation.

This 1925 silent drama was based on the play Men and Women by David Belasco and Henry C. DeMille. Produced by Famous Players-Lasky, starring Richard Dix and Claire Adams, sadly this film now remains lost.


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