na, an' Pale Face, an' de Flopper! Gee, dis looks like de real t'ing--dis looks like biz."
"It does--fifty-cents' worth--ten for yourself," said Doc Madison suavely, flipping the coin into the tray. "Now, clear out!"
"Say"--Cleggy put his forefinger significantly to the side of his nose--"say, can't youse let a sport in on--"
"Clear out!" Doc Madison broke in quite as suavely as before--but there was a sudden glint of steel in the gray eyes as they held the bruiser's, and Cleggy, hastily picking up the tray, scuffled from the room.
Madison watched the door close, then he began to pace slowly up and down the room.
"Pull the chairs up to the table so we can take things comfortably," he directed.
"There ain't but two," grinned Pale Face Harry.
"Oh, well, never mind," said Madison.
"Slew the couch around and pull that up--Helena and I will sit on the head of it."
Still pacing up and down the length of the room, his hands in his pockets, Doc Madison wa
About the triumph of good over evil and the power of faith, under very unique circumstances. Four criminals (3 men, 1 woman), who specialize in scams, organize a phony faith healing enterprise to make millions fast. They target an elderly, unsuspecting, blind, deaf, mute man, The Patriarch, who, based on faith, has been quietly healing a few people in his small town. The faith healing business becomes an international attraction, bringing fortunes to all. To the crooks' shock, within a few weeks of operating the scam, they undergo a slow transformation into honest, Godly, benevolent persons. Fast-paced, vividly sketched story. "The Miracle Man" was a silent movie featuring Lon Chaney Senior.