Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Harold Austin plays an impoverished sailor who poses as a British aristocrat. In this guise, he insinuates himself into the home of a wealthy man. Gladys Walton, daughter of Austin's host, is currently in love with a phony duke. Slightly more honest than his rival, Austin exposes the "duke" for the crook he truly is. He also claims Walton as his bride, as if you haven't guessed. This Anything Once bears no relation to the 1917 Franklyn Farnum vehicle of the same name.
assumed-identity, deception, love-triangle, sailor