Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Marguerite Clark was one of the most popular stars of the screen when she starred in this light comedy. Always girlish, Clark was actually ten years older than her co-star, Charles Meredith. Country girl Annabel Lee (Clark) has big dreams of being a famous artist. Her widowed mother (Lydia Knott) encourages her to go to the city so she can study. Annabel works hard, but she sells only one painting. She discovers that a renowned artist is spending the summer at a nearby resort, so she sends him her best work for a critique. A friend recommends that she see him in person, so Annabel pawns a piece of jewelry and heads for the resort. The artist informs her that she doesn't have enough talent to achieve much. But the trip isn't a bust after all -- she meets Richard Norton (Meredith), a friend of the artist. Norton, a young millionaire bored with the hotel's social life, takes to Annabel and a romance develops. She needs to drum up a relative at the last moment, so she asks the pawnbroker, who is glad to oblige her. It is he who makes sure that the romance winds up at the altar.