|Directed by||Frank Beal|
|Written by||Samuel H. London|
Author's Photo-Plays Inc.
|Distributed by||General Film Company|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
As described in a film magazine, after her sweetheart Jan Drakachu (Garwood) emigrates to America, Katinka Veche (Luther) falls into the hands of Victor Dravich (Brownlee), a man of despicable character who takes her from one place to another before finally coming to Arizona. Jan has become a successful mining engineer and is sent to Arizona to look after the firm's mining interests. One night when he is intoxicated Jan is brought to Katinka's shack and, realizing her past, she does not reveal herself to him. Jan returns to New York City and, after the death of Dravich, is where Katinka also goes. When they meet Katinka discovers that she has nothing to fear and that Jan loves her as much as ever.
- Anna Luther as Katinka Veche
- William Garwood as Jan Drakachu
- Alida B. Jones as Minka (credited as Alida Jones)
- Anne Schaefer as Jan's Mother (credited as Ann Schaeffer)
- Frank Brownlee as Victor Dravich
- Bert Hadley as Boris
- J.L. Franck as Father Benoni
- William Lowery as Ulaf (credited as William A. Lowery)
- William Bytell as Sherwin Matthews
- Leon De La Mothe as Sando Gryj (credited as Leon Kent)
- Eugene Owen as Warren McLeod
- Scott R. Beal as Roy Clint
- Murdock MacQuarrie as Mr. Johnson (credited as Murdock McQuarrie)
Like many American films of the time, Her Moment was subject to restrictions and cuts by city and state film censorship boards. For example, the Chicago Board of Censors refused to issue a permit for showing the film as it features white slavery and the sale of women for immoral purposes. After a reexamination, the Chicago board issued a permit with the following cuts: Reel 4, entire incident of man going upstairs after speaking with Dravich, speaking to servant in upper hall, all scenes of encounter with Katinka and all scenes showing him with torn face after encounter with her, scene of young women at windows as Katinka is brought to whipping post, filing Katinka teeth, Reel 5, the two intertitles "Why have they brought me here?" and "Last night they lashed me" etc., Reel 6, striking of Katinka, and, Reel 7, the intertitle "And because of this you demand my name" etc.
- Progressive Silent Film List: Her Moment at silentera.com
- "Reviews: Her Moment". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 7 (6): 51. August 10, 1918.
- "Official Cut-Outs by the Chicago Board of Censors". Exhibitors Herald. 7 (7): 60. August 10, 1918.
- "Official Cut-Outs by the Chicago Board of Censors". Exhibitors Herald. 7 (11): 57. September 7, 1918.
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