Release Date: 10/1/1921
Studio: Reol Productions Corp.
Writer: S. C. Brown
Black & White
George Edward Brown, Percy Verwayen, Edna Morton, Lawrence Chenault, Inez Clough, Ida Anderson
Anne Morgan, a poverty-stricken woman decides to give up one of her two sons to a prominent doctor willing to adopt him. The doctor names the child Arthur and sends him to law school, after which he becomes the assistant district attorney of New York. Meanwhile, the other brother, Joe, raised by his mother, grows up to be a notorious gangster. Joe works for Sam Dungan, a crooked politician and owner of several notorious dives.
When Joe is falsely accused of murder, Arthur is assigned to the case as the prosecuting attorney. During the trial, Arthur calls Anne to the stand, not realizing that she is his own mother, and accuses her of moral degeneracy as he tries to paint an evil portrait of Joe. Dungan’s daughter Grace, who is Arthur’s sweetheart, discovers the truth about the brothers, and after finding the real murderer, sees that the mother and her sons are reunited. She then joins the happy family as Arthur’s bride.
This film is considered lost. Sources: Daarac.org; TCM.