DIRECTED BY JOHN FORD
PRODUCED BY JOHN GOLDEN
FOX FILM CORPORATION
Information from IMDb
The wild behavior of Kenneth Jamieson (George O'Brien) has finally gone too far
and his millionaire father (George Fawcett) hands him a small allowance
and sends him to live on a chicken farm in the tiny hamlet of Dedham.
The pastor there, David Lee (Alec B. Francis), is an old friend of Jamieson's.
Lee is ill-appreciated by his parishioners, and when his niece Diane (Jacqueline Logan)
arrives from France in all her sophisticated Parisian finery, they are scandalised.
Kenneth, on the other hand, is thrilled, and they strike up a romance.
Lee is underpaid, but when he asks for more money from his parishioners
they insist they will reduce his stipend unless Diane goes. One of the town's gossips,
Mrs. Jones (Edith Bostwick), lets Kenneth's father know about Diane and he comes
to Dedham to separate the couple. Diane, however, easily wins him over.
Lee is discovered to be missing, and he is found collapsed in the church.
The elder Jamieson gives the townsfolk a severe verbal thrashing
for the way they have treated their pastor. Lee is nursed back to health and gets his raise,
while Kenneth and Diane become engaged
Alec B. Francis ... David Lee
Jacqueline Logan ... Diane Lee
George O'Brien ... Kenneth Jamieson
J. Farrell MacDonald ... Andy
George Fawcett ... Cornelius Jamieson
Cyril Chadwick ... Mr. Jones
Edith Bostwick ... Mrs. Jones
Marion Harlan ... Milly Jones
Vivia Ogden ... Miss Blodgett
James Neill ... Doctor Cobb
Billy Rinaldi ... Sweet, Jr.
Aileen Manning ... Hannah
Maurice Murphy ... Willie Jones
Robert Milasch ... Sweet, Sr.
Ida Moore ... Gossiping Woman
Frankie Bailey ... Gossiping Man
William Courtright ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Richard Cummings ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Mark Fenton ... Gossiping Man (uncredited)
Jack Ganzhorn ... Gossiping Man (uncredited)
Tommy Hicks ... Fat kid (uncredited)
Lillian Lawrence ... Gossiping Woman (uncredited)
Francis Powers ... Gossiping Man (uncredited)
Tom Cushing play "Thank You, A Play in Three Acts"
Winchell Smith play "Thank You, A Play in Three Acts"