~One Increasing Purpose~
~Beau-1-82: Lila Lee & Edmund Lowe~
~Plot Synopsis~
Sim Paris, having survived the war unscathed, returns home to England and finds that his elder
brother, Charles, is so engrossed in making money that he is losing the love of his wife; another
brother, who is caring for an invalided relative in expectation of a remembrance in the will, is also
losing his wife to the doctor who has been in attendance. The male nurse discovers her secret and
blackmails the wife. Paris thus returns to this state of affairs; and after visiting the home of a former
comrade and noting the happiness that prevails there, he believes that his mission in life is to
straighten out the lives of other people. With this purpose, he and his wife go throughout England
preaching the doctrine of unselfishness.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Harry Beaumont

Written by: A.S.M. Hutchinson - novel
Bradley King - writer

Edmund Lowe ...  Slim Paris
Lila Lee ...  Elizabeth Glade
Holmes Herbert ...  Charles Paris
May Allison ...  Linda Travers Paris
Huntley Gordon ...  Andrew Paris
Lawford Davidson ...  Dr. Byrne
Emily Fitzroy ...  Mrs. Andiron
George Irving ...  Mr. Glade
Josef Swickard ...  Old Gand
Jane Novak ...  Alice Paris
Nicholas Soussanin ...  Jule
Frank Elliott   
Tom Maguire ...  Blinky
Gwynneth Bristowe ...  Mrs. Yeoman
J. Fisher White ...  Mr. Yeoman (as Fisher White)
Pat Somerset   
Alma Rubens ...  (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: Rudolph J. Bergquist         
Assistant Director: James Dunne  
Presenter: William Fox

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 80 Minutes
Released: January 2, 1927