Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Produced by Poverty Row regular Morris R. Schlank, this silent domestic drama featured Dorothy Dwan as Joyce Kennedy, an inveterate gambler charged with killing a card sharp. As the girl's husband (Gaston Glass) discovers, the gambler was actually murdered by a jilted girlfriend who is made to confess on the witness stand. The murderess was played by Alice Lake, a former Mack Sennett bathing beauty now down on her luck, career-wise. The wife of star comedian Larry Semon, brunette Dorothy Dwan is perhaps best remembered as Dorothy in her husband's odd version of The Wizard of Oz (1925).
bride, gambling, husband, lessons, marriage