~On the Banks of the Wabash~
Directed by: J. Stuart Blackton

Written by: Elaine S. Carrington

Mary Carr ... Anne Bixler
Burr McIntosh ... 'Cap' Hammond
James Morrison ... David
Lumsden Hare ... Paul Bixler
Mary MacLaren ...Yvonne
Madge Evans ... Lisbeth
George Neville ... Sash Brown
Marcia Harris ... Tilda Spiffen
Edward Roseman ... Westerley Spiffen
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Vitagraph Company of America

Executive Producer: Albert E. Smithjmnh
Cinematography by: Nicholas Musuraca
Art Direction by: Joseph Clement

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: October 22, 1923
~Plot Synopsis~
David Hammond, an inventor, is the son of a ship's captain. He leaves his sweetheart, Lisbeth Bixler,
and goes to the city to promote his invention. Lisbeth's father, Paul Bixler, an unsuccessful artist,
deserts his family, secretly intending to commit suicide. When he fails to return, "Cap" Hammond
protects his wife, Anne Bixler, and children. David forgets Lisbeth until he returns to perfect his
invention and finds that she still loves him. During a fire caused by a flooding of a nearby river,
Lisbeth rescues David; and both are picked up by "Cap" Hammond, who has saved the whole village.
Paul Bixler returns, his courage renewed, and all are happily reunited.