~Morals for Men~
Directed by: Bernard H. Hyman

Written by:
Philbin Stoneman (titles)
Andrew Percival Younger (adaptation)

Based on story "The Lucky Serum," by Gouverneur Morris        

Conway Tearle ... Joe Strickland
Agnes Ayres ... Bessie Hayes
Alyce Mills ... Marion Winslow
Otto Matieson ... Frank Bowman
Robert Ober ... Harvey Larkin
John Miljan ... Leonard Wallace
Mary Beth Milford ... Mary
Eve Southern ... Mrs. Strickland
Marjery O'Neill
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Tiffany Productions

Cinematography by: Roland Price
Film Editing by: James C. McKay
Art Direction by: Edwin B. Willis
Lighting Effects: Raymond Simbro
Still Photographer: Mack Stengler
Music Compiler: James C. Bradford
Technical Director: Charles Leonard
Supervisor: Andrew Percival Younger

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 80 Minutes
Released: November 16, 1925
~Plot Synopsis~
This drama was based on the novel The Love Serum by Gouverneur Morris. Bootlegging lovers Joe
Strickland (Conway Tearle) and Bessie Hayes (Agnes Ayres) have a parting of the ways and both
decide to reform. Bessie becomes a manicurist and lands a wealthy husband who turns out to be
miserly and mean. Strickland saves society girl Marion Winslow (Alyce Mills) from drowning, and
after he becomes a civil engineer, he marries her. Bessie is being blackmailed by one of her former
associates, and when she meets up with Strickland once again, he makes an effort to help her. This
does not please Marion, who doesn't understand the situation and becomes jealous. To help mend
Strickland's relationship with his wife, Bessie decides to come clean about her background. Although
the couple is reconciled, Bessie is not so fortunate. She discovers that "the world never forgives a
woman who sins" (it was a decidedly different world back in the 1920s) and kills herself.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com