~The Silver Car~
~Movie Stills from "The Silver Car," 1921~
~Plot Synopsis~
This Graustark-ian tale stars virile Earle Williams. After serving in the Great War, international crook
Anthony Trent (Williams) resolves to go straight. He wants to track down the English private who saved
his life, and discovers his true identity is Arthur Grenvil (Geoffrey Webb), the son of the Earl of
Rosecarrel (Emmett King). Trent falls in love with Grenvil's sister, Daphne (Kathryn Adams), and sets out
to win the Earl's approval. He discovers that the Earl is being blackmailed by Count Michael Temesvar,
the prime minister of Croatia (Eric Mayne), over some documents. To get them, Trent gets a job as
chauffeur of the silver car that the Count buys in London. He travels to Croatia and, with the help of a
pretty dancer, he faces danger to obtain the papers. The Count kills the dancer, but Trent makes it back
to England to receive Daphne's love and the Earl's blessings.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
Directed by: David Smith

Written by: Wyndham Martin - story

Earle Williams ...  Anthony Trent
Kathryn Adams ...  Daphne Grenvil
Geoffrey Webb ...  Arthur Grenvil
Eric Mayne ...  Count Michael Temesvar
Emmett King ...  Earl of Rosecarrel
Mona Lisa ...  Pauline
John Steppling ...  Vicar
Max Asher ...  Hentzi
Walter Rodgers ...  Colonel Langley
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Vitagraph Company of America

Cinematography by: Jack MacKenzie

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: June 1921