Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Rhona (Gladys Brockwell) is the daughter of gypsy king Panuel (Alfred Hollingsworth). When she chooses Wester Churen (William Scott) as her fiancee over Francisco Buckley (John Oaker), the jealous Francisco turns vengeful. Rhona meets up with an artist, Roger Barrington (Harry Hilliard), and he insists on painting her. Francisco tells her father and Wester about this, and she is declared unclean and thrown out of the gypsy camp. But while the father is crystal gazing, he realizes that there was nothing unsavory in the situation and he has Wester go fetch her. He finds her at the artist's studio, where she is fighting with Barrington's fiancee. The hot-blooded Rhona angrily slashes Barrington's painting. Back at the camp, she grabs a knife and goes for Francisco. He runs off, but falls on his own knife and dies. Without Francisco to complicate matters, Rhona and Wester are happy and the caravan takes off.