Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Charles E. Blaney was a well-known name when it came to melodramas, and this one was brought to the screen with all the excitement intact -- the heroine's even imperiled by that classic melodramatic device, the revolving saw! The scene, logically, is the New York lumber mills, and Frederick Van Clayton (Gardner James) has robbed his employers of their money. To save him from prison, his sister Amy (Doris Kenyon) marries his boss, Jim Blazes (Victor Sutherland). When Jim comes to the realization that Amy doesn't love him, he returns to the lumber camps. But there is far more evil afoot than anyone realizes and Amy is kidnapped. Working overtime to save his wife, Blazes winds up in a furious gun battle. After rescuing Amy from her captors, she comes to the realization that she loves the heroic man she has married after all.
brother, danger, embezzlement, love, marriage, marriage-of-convenience, prosecutor, protection, rescue