Colour: Black and White
Director: John Rawlins
The last surviving Civil War veteran (Harry Davenport) gets a large sum of money and to avoid the money grabbing townspeople he moves into a remote house with one of his old friends (Clem Bevans). He befriends a young hobo girl (Dorothea Kent) and the son (Robert Wilcox) of his war veteran friend. When they discover he has all this money their morals and friendships are put to the test. This is not a great film, but harry Davenport gives a good perforance as the Civil War veteran and a perky performance from Dorothea Kent as the young woman fianlly making the decision to do the right thing.