~Truthful Tulliver~
Directed by: William S. Hart

Written by:
J.G. Hawks (screenplay & story)

William S. Hart ... Truthful Tulliver
Alma Rubens ... Grace Burton
Nina Byron ... Daisy Burton
Norbert A. Myles ... York Cantrell
Walter Perry ... Silver Lode Thompson
Milton Ross ... Deacon Doyle
~Remaining Credits~

Production Companies:
Kay-Bee Pictures
New York Motion Picture

Distribution Company:
Triangle Distributing

Produced by: Thomas H. Ince
Cinematography by: Joseph H. August
Art Direction by: Robert Brunton

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: January 7, 1917
~Plot Synopsis~
In this typically moralistic silent western, newspaperman "Truthful" Tulliver (William S. Hart)
rescues sisters Grace (Alma Rubens) and Daisy (Nina Byron) Burton from lewd remarks and the
unwanted attention of rube townsmen, thereby incurring the enmity of dance-hall operator "Deacon"
Doyle (Milton Ross). "Truthful" begins a crusade against Doyle, who, it is later revealed, is actually
the henchman for Eastern dandy York Cantrell (Norbert Myles). Both men are driven out of town.
But not before Cantrell manages to wrong Daisy, who confesses to her sister. Falsely assuming that it
is Grace his fiancée who has been wronged, "Truthful" apprehends Cantrell. The cad, however, does
the decent thing and marries Daisy, leaving Tulliver and Grace to plan a life together.

Plot Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com