|Genres||Drama Romance Short|
|Director||Lem B. Parker|
|Writers||J.G. Nattinger (writer)
|Cast||Harold Lockwood Kathlyn Williams Henry Otto Al W. Filson Fernando Gálvez Baby Lillian Wade|
|Plot||Violet Trevor, whose mother has recently died, starts out to find her father, who sometime before bad gone to Alaska to search for gold. After a long, difficult, and fruitless journey, she finally reaches an obscure Alaskan village. She sees an American flag outside one of the snow-banked huts, and stumbles inside utterly exhausted. John Bowling, owner of the hut, helps her to a chair and hastens to make her comfortable. She tells him of her search and announces that she is the daughter of Mary Wilton, who had married Paid Trevor. Then she sinks into a sleep of utter exhaustion. John Bowling sits and stares into the fire. In the flames be sees a retrospective vision of the past twenty years. Handsome young Paul Trevor, candidate for State's Attorney, meets and falls in love with pretty Mary Wilton, a stenographer in the office of Martin Kelly, a crooked politician. Later Kelly attempts to take liberties with Mary, and Bowling, a friend of Trevor's, kills him, while attempting to protect the girl. Trevor is accused of the crime, but Bowling and Mary save him by their testimony. Before Bowling can be rearrested, he departs for the Arctic on a whaling schooner. He is shipwrecked, but eventually finds his way to a semi-civilization in Alaska. In the meantime Trevor and Mary Wilton have married. The flames die out; Violet awakes and hears Bowling's story. Together they start out to hunt for her father. They eventually find him, and his mine, which is called "The Welded Friendship."... search for A Welded Friendship on IMDb|
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