An engaging but rarely seen 1925 silent film set in the world of Russian Jewish immigrants on New York’s Lower East Side. A well-educated man is forced to work as a pushcart vendor to support his family, and the opening offers lively vignettes of street life. He favors his elder son, a lawyer who’s a selfish social climber, and disowns his younger son, a generous soul who takes up boxing. The film becomes a bit of a tearjerker, yet its performances are reasonably convincing and director Edward Sloman smoothly intersperses closer and longer shots to build the drama of each scene. 90 min.