Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Biograph stock-company player Marion Sunshine was an ideal choice for the leading role in D.W. Griffith's Sunshine Sue. A country gal, Sunshine Sue makes a big-time mistake when she runs off to the big city in the company of a glib young slicker. They set up housekeeping without benefit of clergy, a set-up that suits Sue's roving boyfriend just fine. After her false lover stomps on her heart, Sue realizes the error of her ways and wearily heads home, where she is welcomed back effusively by her forgiving daddy. The rural establishing scenes in Sunshine Sue were filmed in Westfield, New Jersey.