Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Like all of director J. Gordon Edwards' silent films, Joyous Troublemakers no longer exists. Existing documentation indicates that the story was a Fairbanksian romp, with William Farnum as the devil-may-care hero. To tame a spoiled, shrewish socialite (played by Louise Lovely--and no, we're not kidding), Farnum dragged the girl into an exciting, melodramatic adventure. No one took the proceedings seriously, least of all ostensible villain Henry J. Hebert. Joyous Troublemakers was based on a lightly satirical short story by Jackson Gregory.
conversion, love, reform [improve], socialite, spoiled, strife, troublemaker, woman