A bar owner attempts to discredit the new preacher with whom he is feuding by framing him with a photograph showing him drinking with women with bad reputations. The bar owner's adoptive mother, a member of the minister's church, supports the preacher and gets the photographic prints. When the bar owner struggles with his mother for the prints, he accidentally kills her. After the preacher's funeral sermon, the bar owner's conscience drives him to his death. Written by
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"The Wages of Sin is Death and as Ye Sow, so Shall Ye Reap"... Sayeth the Scriptures!
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Did You Know?
This film was the third in a trilogy of religious films directed by noted African-American filmmaker Spencer Williams. He previously directed The Blood of Jesus
(1941) and the now-lost Brother Martin
(1942). See more
Referenced in Keepers of the Frame