~Officer 666~
~Clarence Sinclair Bull Portrait of Tom
~Plot Synopsis~
Upon learning that notorious art thief Alf Wilson plans to steal his valuable paintings, idle
millionaire Travers Gladwyn decides to amuse himself by guarding his own home. After bribing
Policeman Phelan, Officer 666, with a $500 bill, Travers dons the officer's uniform and identity.
When Wilson appears at his mansion, Travers questions him and discovers that Wilson is posing as
Travers, claiming that he is packing up his paintings for safe keeping. Then Helen Barton, who has
promised to elope with Wilson, arrives, assuming that she is in the Wilson home. Travers, who has
fallen in love with Helen, is agitated by this, and so reveals his true identity and summons Phelan.
Wilson matches wits against the millionaire by attempting to convince the officer that the $500 bill
is counterfeit. When the police arrive, both men claim to be Travers Gladwyn until a detective,
intent on arresting Wilson for the kidnapping of Helen Barton, appears and identifies the real
crook. The situation thus clarified, Travers wins Helen.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Harry Beaumont    

Written by:  
Gerald C. Duffy - scenario

Based on the play  Officer 666  by Augustin MacHugh (New York, 29 Jan

Tom Moore ...  Travers Gladwyn
Jean Calhoun ...  Helen
Jerome Patrick ...  Alf Wilson
Harry Dunkinson ...  Policeman Phelan, Officer 666
Raymond Hatton ...  Whitney Barnes
Priscilla Bonner ...  Sadie
Kate Lester ...  Mrs. Burton
Hardee Kirkland ...  Police Captain
Maurice 'Lefty' Flynn ...  Kearney
George Kuwa ...  Bareatto
Albert Edmondson ...  Watkins
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

Distribution Company: Goldwyn Distributing Company

Produced by: Samuel Goldwyn
Cinematography by: Norbert Brodine

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: October 31, 1920