Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Just about every silent star in the late '10s and early '20s had to play a dual role in at least one picture, and this is minor luminary Dolores Cassinelli's turn. Wanda Hubbard (Cassinelli) is the lover and partner of a criminal. While they are robbing a safe, they overhear some people discussing a "long lost daughter." Some time later, while Wanda is visiting her mother (Letty Ford) and sister Lucille (Cassinelli again), she discovers that she and Lucille are really cousins, and that Lucille is actually the daughter of the wealthy officer (Franklyn Hanna) of the house she had robbed. Wanda uses this opportunity to pawn herself off to the officer as Lucille so she can benefit from his good life. Eventually her identity is discovered, and Lucille returns to her rightful place in her father's home. Cassinelli did little more to distinguish between characters in this picture other than changing wigs.