Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Wallace Reid once more brings home the box-office bacon for Paramount in Always Audacious. The ever-popular Reid plays a dual role, as a honest man and his less-than-honest lookalike. The crooked Reid gets the nice Reid into trouble, but the nice Reid manages to come out on top. A versatile performer, Reid was seldom given much of a chance to display his range in his features of the 1920s; this may be why he tackled Always Audacious with more than his customary enthusiasm. The film was based on Toujours de l'Audace by Ben Ames Williams.
impersonation, lookalike, man, role-switching