~Loving Lies~
~Monte Blue~
~Plot Synopsis~
Dan Stover, captain of a harbor tug whose task is to keep ships away from a dangerous bar, lies to
his wife Ellen about the nature of his work, saying that he remains in the harbor. One night, Stover is
sent to rescue a ship on the harbor bar. He leaves without telling his wife; she awakens during a
terrific storm and gives birth to a stillborn child. Stover's boss, a former sweetheart of Mrs. Stover's,
encourages her to believe that Stover has been unfaithful, implicating Madge Barlow, the fiancée of
Dan's mate, a boy who lost his life at sea. Believing the rumor, Ellen leaves on the next passenger
ship just as Madge dies and Stover is bringing her baby home. The ship crashes on the harbor bar,
Dan goes to the rescue, he admits the truth about his job, and they find happiness with the adopted

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: W.S. Van Dyke    

Written by: Thompson Buchanan - story

Based on the short story "The Harbor Bar" by Peter Bernard Kyne in  
Red Book  (Apr 1914).

Evelyn Brent ...  Ellen Craig
Monte Blue ...  Captain Dan stover
Joan Lowell ...  Madge Barlow
Charles K. Gerrard ...  Tom Hayden (as Charles Gerrard)
Ralph Faulkner ...  Jack Ellis
Ethel Wales ...  Penny Wise
Andrew Waldron ...  Bill Keenan
Tom Kennedy ...  Captain Lindstrom
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Associated Authors

Presenters: Thompson Buchanan, Elmer Harris, Clark W. Thomas & Frank E. Woods
Fight Choreographer: Ralph Faulkner

Length: 7 Reels
Released: January 22, 1924