Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
A Southern aristocrat is under doctor's orders to put down his fiddle and take a vacation in the West. He plays a final song before putting down the instrument and picking up a gun to kill himself. His grim mission is interrupted by a young country girl (Shirley Mason) who is running away from her cruel mistress. The girl tells the troubled man that "love and faith meet every human need," and the two travel together out West. The fiddler fights off the villain trying to despoil the virtuous young girl, and the two find love and hope for the future. The man regains his health and proposes marriage to the grateful girl in this romantic drama.
adoption, aristocracy, love, marriage, music, rescue, suicide