Cast & Crew
When taken to a San Francisco cafe by her sweetheart, Jimmy, Georgia Rodman witnesses the shooting of a policeman by an underworld gang: O'Rourke, whom Jimmy believes to be his friend, sends one of his men to their table to inquire about Georgia, and when he shoots the policeman Georgia and Jimmy are held for questioning. As a result, Georgia is turned out of her home, and O'Rourke gives the couple a room in his hotel. Assistant District Attorney Steven Graham links the missing couple with O'Rourke's activities and collects evidence against him. O'Rourke plans to bribe Graham and have Jimmy shot on the night of his annual ball, and Sally, O'Rourke's ex-mistress, learning of the plan, turns against him and informs Georgia; finding Jimmy wounded, she seeks revenge at the ball, but Sally shoots O'Rourke. Georgia is reunited with her family and Jimmy, while Graham finds happiness with her sister, Mary.
Maurice B. Flynn
H. Milton Ross
This film is considered lost.
The working title of this film was Flower of Darkness. "This picture was produced by Goldwyn . . . under the title of The Night Rose. It came under the ban of the New York censors for some reason, and only recently, with certain eliminations, was pronounced fit for exhibition in the Empire State." (Exhibitors Trade Review, August 19, 1922, p823.) Though the plot apparently underwent no real alterations, the title was changed to Voices of the City and O'Rourke became Duke McGee.