Synopsis by Nathan Southern
Baby-faced child star Dickie Moore toplines this overtly sentimental melodrama. Helmed by director Charles Lamont (Ma and Pa Kettle), the movie was a product of the B-picture-oriented Monogram Studios. Seven-year-old Thomas Hall, Jr.'s(Moore) mother leaves his unfaithful father. The parents' actions not only break the family in half, but threaten to destroy the child's life and permanently rob him of innocence.