Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Biblical title And a Still, Small Voice was applied to this tale of crime and redemption. Henry B. Walthall plays a bank clerk, whose dreams of sudden wealth lead him to commit a robbery. After enduring the torments of his own conscience, Walthall gives himself up. He so thoroughly reforms that he's able to marry the love of his life, Fritzi Brunette. Director Bert Bracken adapted And a Still, Small Voice from a story by Dennison Clift.
criminal, bad-guy-turns-good, bank, cashier, fate, girl, life, love, reform [improve]