Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Veteran silent screen actress Anita Stewart starred in this silent comedy-drama based on a 1915 play by Winchell Smith and Victor Mapes. Wanting to get in on what she sees as a racket, clairvoyant Virginia Zelva (Stewart) signs on as a nurse at a new sanitarium founded by idealistic psychologist Dr. Sumner (Bert Lytell). But instead of being a front for nefarious goings-on, the sanitarium proves legitimate, and Virginia falls in love with the good doctor. Handsome Donald Keith and former child starMary McAllister provided added romance, and the sour-faced Ned Sparks supplied comedy relief in this routine offering from producer B. P. Schulberg.