The Family Honor
|The Family Honor|
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|Directed by||King Vidor|
|Produced by||King Vidor|
|Written by||John Booth Harrower|
|Cinematography||Ira H. Morgan|
|Distributed by||First National Exhibitors' Circuit|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
As described in a film publication, the proud, Southern, and old Tucker family is now broke and places its hopes on a college youth, Dal (Karns), who has a taste for gambling, his sister Beverly (Vidor), full of hope and trust, and young Ben, a disciple of right thinking. Beverly has put her brother through college only to find out that he has become a first class scamp. To maintain the honor of her name, Beverley's fiance tries to anticipate a raid on a vicious dive in the town that is frequented by Dal. The raid takes place and Dal escapes, only to be later caught and indicted for murder. The evidence is going against Dal until his little brother Ben comes into the courtroom and, with the spirit of truth, testifies such that Dal is freed.
- Florence Vidor as Beverly Tucker
- Roscoe Karns as Dal Tucker
- Ben Alexander as Little Ben Tucker
- Charles Meredith as Merle Curran
- George Nichols as Mayor Curran
- J. P. Lockney as Felix
- Willis Marks as Dobbs
- Harold Goodwin as The Grocer Boy
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1911-20 by The American Film Institute, c.1988
- Progressive Silent Film List: The Family Honor at silentera.com
- "The Family Honor". American Silent Feature Film Survival Database. Retrieved January 9, 2014.
- "The Family Honor: Conventional Photoplay Smacks of the Theatre". Motion Picture News. New York City: Motion Picture News, Inc. 21 (20): 4065. May 8, 1920. Retrieved 2014-04-02.
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