Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
This comedy is adapted from a short story by Mark Twain. An abusive carpetbagger marries a plantation owner's daughter to humiliate him. He is cruel to his wife, but she will not complain to her father. The beastly carpetbagger ties the stoic woman to a tree and sets the bloodhounds upon her. They tear off her clothes. This causes the girl's father to die of embarrassment. Meanwhile the girl bears a son. The son grows up and goes West in search of his wretched father. He desires to avenge his mother's honor. Someone else kills his father first.
spouse, abuse, carpetbagger, daughter, death, father, honor [recognition], humiliation, injustice, killing, marriage, mother, owner, plantation, revenge, son, spouse-abuse, tree, west, wife