Cast & Crew
Otis B. Thayer
When James Trevlyn's father, a financier battling profiteers who are trying to corner the wheat market, is murdered by his enemies, James leaves his mines in the West and comes to Wall Street to assume his father's struggle. The profiteers foment a Bolshevist strike at Trevlyn's mines in his absence, but Eleanor, Trevlyn's sweetheart, finds his double in a mission house, and Trevlyn hurries to the mines while his double takes his place on Wall Street. In the West, Trevlyn is kidnapped by thugs, while his double is bribed by the profiteers and changes sides. Mistaken for a wanted murderer, Trevlyn is saved by Eleanor, who establishes his identity. The battle on Wall Street ends with Trevlyn eight million dollars richer.
Otis B. Thayer
The Art-O-Graf Film Co. had studios in Denver and Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Originally titled Wolves in Wall Street, the film was first announced in November 1918 as the upcoming first production of Art-O-Graf. The project was announced again, after Art-O-Graf completed Miss Arizona, in March 1919. The company signed Franklyn Farnum for the lead role, but he did not appear in the completed film. The title May have been changed to The Wolves of Wall Street during 1919. When Art-O-Graf made the picture available to state rights buyers in January-February 1920, it announced another title change to Wolves of the Street. Reviews of the film appeared in trade papers in May-June 1920, when the film played in New York City. Gibson is credited as scenario and story writer only in trade articles from 1918. His story was entitled "German Gold," but no evidence that it was written for another medium has been located.