Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Because of an automobile accident, an innocent Cockney girl, Sally (Edna Flugrath), meets a handsome young Lord (Hayford Herbert). The Lord is taken with Sally, and he helps her get her start on the stage. He funds a musical comedy for her and sets her up in a nice place. Sally accepts all this without realizing there's a price to be paid for the favors. When the Lord comes over to get what's coming to him, he realizes how utterly naive Sally is. So instead of trying to take advantage of her, he proposes. Because of her winning personality, his family accepts the union. This picture, shot in England with an American star (Flugrath) and director (Harold M. Shaw), was based on the novel by Frank Danby. Edna Flugrath was the eldest in a trio of acting sisters -- the others were silent film stars Viola Dana and Shirley Mason.