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The Ninety and Nine

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The Ninety and Nine
Theatrical poster from the Colleen Moore drama The Ninety and Nine.
Directed byDavid Smith
Written by
CinematographyW. Steve Smith Jr. (as Steve Smith Jr.)
Release date
  • 1922 (1922)
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

The Ninety and Nine was a 1922 American silent drama film directed by David Smith and starring Colleen Moore made shortly before she gained fame as a film flapper. The film was presumed lost, although recently a 10 minute condensed 16 mm home movie version was discovered, and has since been released with a music score by Ben Model, in his latest compilation Accidentally Preserved No.4.[1]

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Tom Silverton is a wrongly accused man whose real name is Phil Bradbury. He was engaged to society girl Kate Van Dyke, but she falls in love with another man. When there is a murder in the Van Dyke home, Bradbury is the primary suspect. He departs before the police can apprehend him and goes to the out-of-the way town of Marlow where he takes the name Tom Silverton. He appears to be a simple drunkard, but Ruth Blake tries to sober him up. She is ostracized by the rest of the town as a result. When Kate and Mark come to town, they spot Tom (Phil) but before he can escape a forest fire surrounds the town. Tom is the only one who kows how to operate the locomotive, but in operating it he will reveal his true identity. He does so, saving the townsfolk. He is exonerated of the crimes and marries Ruth.[2]



Previously shot as a Vitagraph Blue Ribbon Feature in 1916, the original production of The Ninety and Nine had been adapted from a 1902 stage play by Ramsay Morris. The play had been based on the hymn The Ninety and Nine,[3] which had been, in its own turn, inspired by Luke 15:7. The play concerned the redemption of a fallen man (the single sheep, "Far off from the gates of gold") while the rest of the town stood idly by (the other ninety-nine "that safely lay/In the shelter of the fold"). The new version was intended to be a big production. "Miss Moore will have as her leading man Warner Baxter. Vitagraph is planning to make Ninety and Nine a big special and extra attraction."[4]


  1. ^ Lipton, Bob (November 7, 2015). "The Ninety and Nine (1922)". IMDB.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ "Beauty and Grace to Flash across the Silver Screen Here This Week". Reading Eagle. Pennsylvania. February 23, 1923. p. 21.
  3. ^ The Ninety and Nine, by Elizabeth C. Clephane, 1868.
  4. ^ "Colleen Moore Keeps Busy". St. Petersburg Times. Florida. October 18, 1922. p. 9.

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