This is the third film based on a story by Lajos Biro and Jules G. Furthman. The first two were silent films, Cecil B. DeMille's The Whispering Chorus in 1918, and The Way of All Flesh in 1927. In this melodrama, Paul Kriza (Akim Tamiroff), a respectable bank cashier, leaves his wife Anna (Gladys George) and their children to seek greater fortunes in the big city. But instead of making his mark, he makes a mess of his prospects, and he ends up destitute. Ashamed to face his family, he remains in the city, and is presumed to be dead. 1940 CAST
Akim Tamiroff ... Paul Kriza Gladys George ... Anna Kriza William Henry ... Paul Kriza Jr. Muriel Angelus ... Mary Brown Berton Churchill ... Reginald L. Morten Roger Imhof ... Franz Henzel James Seay ... Varno Douglas Kennedy ... Timothy Norma Gene Nelson ... Mitzi as a Child (as Norma Nelson) Tommy Bupp ... Timothy as a Child June Hedin ... Julie as a Child Darryl Hickman ... Victor as a boy James West ... Paul Jr., as a Child John Harmon ... Pete James Burke ... Frisco
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