~Heroes Of The Street~
~Promotional Photograph from The California
Theater promoting the screening of "Heroes of
The Street," in 1922~
~Plot Synopsis~
Mike Callahan, one of "New York's finest," is killed in the line of duty, and his murderer is not
captured although "The Shadow" is suspected. Mike's young son, Mickey, bravely tries to act as head
of the family, and through his friend, Broadway chorus girl Betty Beaton, he gets a job as property
boy. Betty is in love with Howard Lane, but to further her career she accepts the attentions of
wealthy Gordon Trent, then agrees with him to undergo a phony kidnapping as a publicity stunt.
Unwittingly, Mickey tries to rescue Betty, uncovers a blackmail plot against her, and discovers Trent
to be not only "The Shadow" but also his father's murderer.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: William Beaudine

Written by:
Mildred Considine - writer
Edmund Goulding - writer
Isabel Johnston - adaptation & screenplay

Based on the play Heroes of the Street by Leon Parker (publication

Wesley Barry ...  Mickey Callahan
Marie Prevost ...  Betty Benton
Jack Mulhall ...  Howard Lane
Philo McCullough ...  Shadow
Will Walling ...  Officer Mike Callahan
Aggie Herring ...  Mrs. Callahan
Wilfred Lucas   
Wedgwood Nowell   
Philip Ford  
Peaches Jackson   
William Beaudine Jr.
Joe Butterworth   
Cameo the Dog ...  Dog
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Warner Bros. Pictures

Producer: Harry Rapf
Cinematography by: Edwin B. DuPar, Max Dupont & Floyd Jackman
Musical Director: Leo Edwards
Choreographer: Ernest Belcher

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: December 24, 1922