Synopsis by Janiss Garza
"Baby Marie" Osborne was the Shirley Temple of the 1910s, but this routine picture certainly didn't add to her stardom. Its plot is so old it sports cobwebs -- Baby Marie's great uncle, William Nordly (Herbert Standing), dies and leaves her a fortune, with her mother (Marion Warner) as guardian. But legalities don't matter much to Marie's father, John (Lew Cody, well cast in this role) -- he proceeds to throw the money away frivolously and decides to romance an old sweetheart. His behavior causes his wife to have a nervous breakdown. Marie goes searching for him in "the dead of night," and brings him to her mother's bedside. At last John realizes what a cad he's been and the family is reunited. As melodramatic as this sounds, the picture was supposed to be a comedy. It had various scenes of Baby Marie doing her usual cute stuff -- playing with her kittens, putting on a kiddie circus, etc.