Everything But the Truth (1920)

Although the Hervey oil company is nearly bankrupt, owner Bill Hervey is unconcerned because he is about to be married to Helen Gray and can think of nothing else. One day, while visiting ... See full summary »

Directors:

Eddie Lyons, Lee Moran

Writers:

Edgar Franklin (story), Philip D. Hurn (as Philip Hurn)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Eddie Lyons ... Billy Hervey
Lee Moran ... Jack Elton
Katherine Lewis Katherine Lewis ... Helen Gray
Anne Cornwall ... Annabelle Elton
Nelson McDowell ... Doctor
Willis Marks Willis Marks ... Bookkeeper
Elizabeth De Witt Elizabeth De Witt ... Aunt (as Elizabeth Witt)
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Storyline

Although the Hervey oil company is nearly bankrupt, owner Bill Hervey is unconcerned because he is about to be married to Helen Gray and can think of nothing else. One day, while visiting his newly purchased home in the suburbs, he meets his neighbor, newlywed Annabelle Eaton, who asks Bill for a ride to a nearby chicken farm. Bill agrees, but when they reach the farm, they are locked in a room by a lunatic and forced to remain there overnight. When they finally escape the next day, the two are hard-pressed to explain to their respective mates where they have spent the night, until a doctor comes along and explains that the lunatic was his patient and that he will pay damages for their inconvenience. With this satisfactory explanation, the couples are reconciled, and the damages Bill collects save his company. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 May 1920 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Everything But Lies See more »

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Silent
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