Tainted Money (1924)

Melodrama | 15 December 1924

Director:

Henry McRae

Writer:

Stuart Payton

Cinematographer:

Allen Thompson

Production Company:

Perfection Pictures
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SOURCE CITATIONS
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Exhibitors Trade Review
16 May 1925
p. 77.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
15 December 1924
Copyright Claimant:
Perfection Pictures
Copyright Date:
23 January 1925
Copyright Number:
LP21066
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,906
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

A feud of long standing between Carlton and Adams, two lumber magnates, prevents them from cooperating with each other during an industry crisis. Carlton has contracts and no lumber; Adams has lumber, but Carlton has forbidden him to use the only road by which he can bring it to market. Disgusted by his father's spite, Chester Carlton leaves home and supports himself by driving a taxi. Chester later rescues Adams' daughter from a runaway horse and obtains a job, under an assumed name, as a chauffeur for her grateful father. Steele, Adams' general manager, later attempts to dynamite John and Chester Carlton, but Miss Adams saves them, earning the elder Carlton's gratitude and putting an end to the ... +


A feud of long standing between Carlton and Adams, two lumber magnates, prevents them from cooperating with each other during an industry crisis. Carlton has contracts and no lumber; Adams has lumber, but Carlton has forbidden him to use the only road by which he can bring it to market. Disgusted by his father's spite, Chester Carlton leaves home and supports himself by driving a taxi. Chester later rescues Adams' daughter from a runaway horse and obtains a job, under an assumed name, as a chauffeur for her grateful father. Steele, Adams' general manager, later attempts to dynamite John and Chester Carlton, but Miss Adams saves them, earning the elder Carlton's gratitude and putting an end to the feud. +

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