~Yellow Men and Gold~
~Plot Synopsis~
This adventurous story-within-a-story was based on a novel by Gouverneur Morris. Parrish (Richard
Dix), a young author, decides to use himself, his friends, and neighbors as characters in his latest book.
During a rainstorm (according to his tale), he finds a treasure map that he shows to Carroll, a retired sea
captain (Henry Barrows). They decide to team up and search for the treasure, but the night before they
are to leave on Carroll's ship, Parrish is drugged. The map is stolen, and he is thrown from the dock to
drown. But he's rescued by Bessie (Helene Chadwick), the American mistress of a Chinese ship, the
Shantung. Carmen (Rosemary Theby), one of Carroll's people, had warned Parrish about the captain's
treachery, so he had another map hidden away. Now he and Bessie race to find the treasure first.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com

Richard Dix ...  Parrish
Helene Chadwick ...  Bessie
Henry A. Barrows ...  Carroll (as Henry Barrows)
Rosemary Theby ...  Carmen
Richard Tucker ...  Lynch
Fred Kohler ...  Craven
Henry Hebert ...  Todd
William F. Moran ...  Cunningham (as William Moran)
Goro Kino ...  Chang
George King ...  Jili
William A. Carroll ...  John (as William Carroll)
Robert Frazer ...  Abraham (as R.T. Frazier)
Directed by: Irvin Willat

Written by:
L.V. Jefferson - writer
Irvin Willat - writer as Irvin V. Willat

Based on the novel by Gouverneur Morris.
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

Cinematography by: Clyde De Vinna
Edited by: Clayton Hamilton
Costumes by: Cedric Gibbons

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: May 20, 1922