1916, 64 minutes | Directed by Julia Crawford Ivers; written by Julia Crawford Ivers; with Dustin Farnum, Winifred Kingston, Herbert Standing, Page Peters, Howard Davies, Dick Le Strange, Joe Ray, Myrtle Stedman, Virginia Foltz, Michael Hallvard, Dal Clawson, Earl Sibley
Samson South leaves his mountain home and his sweetheart Sally Spicer to go to New York to paint. Under the influence of Adrienne Lescott, Samson becomes a successful artist and a polished gentleman. A feud between the South and Hollman clans breaks out, so Samson must return to the mountains, where he manages to make peace between the two families.
In conjunction with the ongoing Tuesday Matinees film series.