Synopsis by Janiss Garza
This picture takes the same basic premise as Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper and tailors it to minor Universal star Gladys Walton. Nora McShane (Walton) is the daughter of a violent drunk (Gordon McGregor). One day, while she is out fetching his beer, she wanders onto the Vanderfleet estate. Before the gardener can chase her off, she's seen by Beatrice Vanderfleet (Walton again), and the two girls realize how much they look alike. Since Nora hates her life, and Beatrice is bored with hers, they decide to exchange places. Beatrice, as Nora, is discovered right away by the drunk father, who decides to hold her for ransom. Nora, meanwhile, has a hard time fitting in as a Vanderfleet. The father's kidnap scheme is foiled and eventually the girl's true identities are established. Beatrice returns home, and Nora is adopted by the Vanderfleets.