Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Irene Rich played a movie star falling for a young cattleman (Charles A. Post) in this silent melodrama directed by the founder of the Vitagraph Company, J. Stuart Blackton. Attempting to break up the happy couple, the young man's brother (Anders Randolph) questions the lady's relationship with a rich playboy (Harry Myers). Disillusioned by her answer, the cattleman leaves town and the girl marries her rich suitor. A now forgotten sometimes leading man from Utah, Charles A. Post, nicknamed Buddy, had made a name for himself as Butch Saunders opposite in Mary Pickford's M'Liss (1918). A supporting actor after the changeover to sound, Post was last seen as Earthquake McGoon in L'il Abner (1940).