Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Belle Bennett, the long-suffering leading lady of Stella Dallas (1926), heads the cast of Columbia's The Sporting Age. The story is motivated by a train wreck which causes racetrack owner Holmes Herbert to temporarily lose his eyesight. Taking advantage of this, Herbert's straying wife Bennett carries on an affair with her husband's male secretary Carroll Nye. What neither of the illicit lovers realize is that Herbert has recovered his vision somewhat ahead of schedule -- and he isn't missing a thing! How long will it be before Bennett and Nye find out that Herbert sees all and knows all?
blindness [physical], extramarital-affair, secretary, train [locomotive]