Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Marie Van Vorst's novel David Tremaine was the source for this breast-beating silent drama. Harold Lockwood plays John Tremaine, who serves a lengthy prison term for a crime committed by his brother. Released after seven years, Tremaine must endure the slings and arrows of public opinion in his home town. Only a deathbed confession clears Tremaine's good name. Lockwood's costar in Big Tremaine is the lovely May Allison.
brother, confession [criminal], name-clearing, prison, deathbed