Synopsis by Hal Erickson
E.H. Griffith, a veteran of the old Edison Studios, handled the directorial chores for Columbia's Price of Honor. The story, which is a bit too thin to be stretched over five reels, concerns the reputation of leading lady Dorothy Revier. A murder is committed and a man is sentenced to death -- and it all seems to be the fault of the hapless heroine. Ultimately, the film emerges as an argument against circumstantial evidence, but by this time many of the viewers had nodded off to slumberland. Still, the enterprising Columbia promotional staff was able to secure choice bookings for this very minor effort.
execution, false-accusation, love, murder, self-sacrifice