A print of "Faith" alledgedly exist at the George Eastman House according to one internet source.

U.S.A. Release: October 30, 1916 - Also released as "The Virtuous Outcast".

Produced by: American Film Corporation
Distributed by: Mutual Film Corporation
Directed by: James Kirkwood
Scenario by: James Kirkwood
Cinematography by: Carl Widen

Black & White
Six Reels
Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format

Mary Miles Minter as Faith
Clarence Burton as John Thorpe
Lizette Thorne as Helen
Margaret Shelby as Laura
Josephine Taylor as Mrs. Thorpe
Perry Banks as Mark Strong
Gertrude Le Brandt as Mrs. Stimson
John Gough
King Clark

John Thorpe puts his grandaughter, Faith (played by Mary Miles Minter), into an orphanage after the death of the son-in-law whom he has never approved of, telling his daughter, Helen, that the girl has also died. Fast forward 15 years and Faith, now a young woman, is employed in the old mans home as a servant although their identities are unknown to each other.

John Thorpe's stepdaughter, Helen (played by Mary's real-life sister Margaret Shelby), attempts to steal some money to pay for an unexpected problem. Faith reluctantly agrees to take the fall for Helen. While in court for the charges, a young lawyer, Mark Strong, not only proves the innocence of Faith, but also reveals her true identity. All is happy as Faith is reunited with her mother.

* A copy of "Faith" is alledged to exist at the George Eastman House according to at least one internet source. We've found no other credible references, so we're not sure. Please contact us if you know more.

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