Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Starring poverty row leading man George Larkin, this film was in all likelihood a reissue of Larkin's earlier Stop at Nothing (1924), a rather commonplace crime drama about a secret service agent going undercover as a master criminal in order to protect the famous Denman diamonds. The gems are stolen by Arthur Morrison, but Larkin, who has fallen in love with Denman's daughter (Charlotte Morgan), retrieves them after a furious automobile chase through the streets of San Francisco. Produced and directed by Charles R. Seeling, Stop at Nothing was revamped and furnished with a new title in 1926 by Capitol Productions, who rather mysteriously listed J.P. McGowan as the director. Larkin's wife (Ollie Kirby), Colin Chase, and Mack V. Right were also featured.