Nobody's Bride (1923)
Directed by Herbert Blaché
Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Herbert Rawlinson is the star of this mediocre crime drama from Universal. When his father's business fails, Jimmy Nevins (Herbert Rawlinson) hits the skids. His fiancée, Doris Standish (Edna Murphy), dumps him for a wealthy suitor. Nevins is saved from the streets by Mary Butler (Alice Lake), who turns out to be the member of a gang of crooks. The gang is planning to rob the Standish home during Doris' wedding to her rich sweetheart, and Nevins innocently gets mixed up in the scheme. Practically on her way to the altar, Doris changes her mind about the wedding and flees. Nevins takes her to Mary's home and the crooks take her prisoner. Mary has fallen in love with Nevins, but she sacrifices herself by freeing Doris from her associates. Mary dies for her actions, and the other crooks are rounded up. Doris realizes she loves Nevins and sticks by him.
bride, car, driver, fiancee, fortune [wealth], gangster, home, love, ransom, tracking [following], trick, wedding