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~The Inner Voice~
~E.K. Lincoln & Agnes Ayres~
~Plot Synopsis~
When Mark Reid (E.K. Lincoln), a young man seeking his fortune in the gold fields of California,
discovers Mike O'Hara (Riley Hatch) attempting to jump his claim, he becomes violent. However,
the Good Samaritan intervenes and prevents him from injuring O'Hara, Reid, ashamed of his
behavior, offers his adversary a share in the mine. Hearing of their good fortune, Morrison (Walter
Greene), a promoter from San Francisco, makes the partners an offer they cannot refuse. Reid goes
to San Francisco to conclude the deal and while there, meets Morrison's niece Barbara (Agnes
Ayres) and the two fall in love. Morrison learns of their engagement just as he is about to strip Reid
of his profits in a bogus stock deal. The news fails to deter him and Reid loses all his possessions,
believing that Barbara was an accomplice in her uncle's scheme. Returning to the gold fields, Reid
discovers that O'Hara has staked another successful claim and the two men renew their
partnership. Reid rises in the financial world and is about to crush Morrison, when the Good
Samaritan intervenes once again, bringing Barbara to Reid's house where his better instincts prevail.

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Directed by: Roy William Neill

Written by:  
Elaine S. Carrington - screenplay & story

E.K. Lincoln ...Mark Reid
Agnes Ayres ...Barbara
Fuller Mellish ...Good Samaritan
Riley Hatch ...Mike O'Hara
Walter Greene ...George Morrison
Edward Keppler ...Gilbert Dawson
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: American Cinema Corporation

Distribution Company: States Rights

Cinematography by: Ernest Haller

Length: 6-7 Reels
Released: April, 1920
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