Nobody’s Children

a/k/a OUR CHRISTIANITY
a/k/a OUR CHRISTIANITY AND NOBODY’S CHILD
a/k/a OUR CHRISTIANITY AND NOBODY’S CHILDREN

Nobody's Children article

Details
Year of Release: 1920
Genre:  Drama
Rating:  N/A
Runtime:  Unknown
Black & White
Silent
Studio:  Maurice Film Co.
Producer:  Richard Maurice
Director:  Richard Maurice

Cast
Richard Maurice
Jacques Farmer
Joe Green
Alex Griffin
Max Johnson
Vivian Maurice
Howard Nelson

Synopsis

A brother and sister are persecuted by their evil stepfather, who kidnaps the girl and imprisons her. A fight between the boy and the stepfather leads to the stepfather’s death.  The boy is arrested and sentenced to death for the crime. His cellmate helps him escape, and he is eventually exonerated, pardoned, and reunited with his sister.

Notes
This film is considered lost.

Photo Source: The Digital Library of Georgia/The University of Georgia Libraries. Source(s): TCM, IMDB

In The Depths of Our Hearts

Details:
Year of Release: 1920
Genre:  Drama
Rating: N/A
Runtime: Unknown
Black & White
Silent
Studio: Royal Garden Film Company
Producer: Unknown
Director: Unknown

Cast:
Herman DeLavalade
Augusta Williams
Irene Conn
Virgil Williams
Charles Allen

Synopsis
The mother of a light-skinned Black family raises her children to avoid the company of dark-skinned Blacks. The son, who has a dark-skinned sweetheart, rebels, and his mother sends him away to his uncle’s farm. When he is mistreated, he flees to the city. Later the boy returns home, a prosperous man, and meets up with his former love. In the end he manages to show his mother the error of her ways. Source: TCM.

Notes
This film is considered lost.