Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
One of the silent era's prettiest comediennes, Dorothy Devore, starred in this long-lost melodrama directed by action specialist Frank S. Mattison. A 1923 WAMPAS Baby Star, Devore enjoyed her greatest success in 2-reeler for comedy producer Al Christie. Success inevitably led to feature film roles but Devore quickly returned to the realm of situation comedy. Better Days, for which neither reviews nor plot description appear to have survived, was produced by Pacific Pictures and also featured Mary Carr, Gareth Hughes, Gaston Glass, Jay Hunt and such comedy veteran as Jimmy Aubrey, George Ovey, Arthur Hotaling and Billy Bletcher.