Emily Fitzroy ...  Mrs. Tolliver
Burr McIntosh ...  Mr. Tolliver
Charles Emmett Mack ...  Tom Tolliver
George Bancroft ...  Lem Tolliver
Fred Koser ...  Tolliver Son
Ernest Chandler ...  Tolliver Son
Leslie Stowe ...  John Hardin
Elinor Fair ...  Essie Hardin
~Apeda portrait of Elinor Fair & Charles
Emmet Mack~
~Apeda portrait of Elinor Fair~
Directed by: Charles Brabin

Written by: Albert Raboch

Based on the short story "The Flower of the Flock," by Jay Gelzer in
Cosmopolitan Magazine (Aug 1921).
Essie Hardin (Elinor Fair), resident of a southern mountain hamlet, moves in with the Tolliver family
when revenue agents (she believes) kill her father. She falls in love with Tom (Charles Emmett Mack),
the youngest son in the family of bootleggers. Another son, Lem (George Bancroft), the murderer of
John Hardin (Leslie Stowe), also wants Essie. Tom is badly beaten in a fight with Lem, who, following
the fight, announces his intention of marrying Essie. Mrs. Tolliver (Emily Fitzroy) attempts to thwart
Lem by telling the revenue officers the whereabouts of the Tolliver still. She then collects the reward
and sends Tom and Essie on their way with it.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
~Plot Synopsis~
~Charles Emmett Mack & Emily Fitzroy~
~Elinor Fair~
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Charles J. Brabin

Distribution Company: Universal Pictures

Cinematography by: George W. Lane

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: February 11, 1923