Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Awarded a higher budget than usual, Edward Laemmle, yet another relative of studio founder Carl Laemmle, directed this melodrama based on The Flower of Napoli by Gerald Beaumont. Herbert Rawlinson plays Tom Conlin, an Irish cop in an Italian neighborhood who falls in love with Tita (Madge Bellamy), the daughter of Satori (Cesare Gravina), the local florist. But although she returns Tom's affection, Tita keeps the handsome cop at an arm's length, because she mistakenly believes him to be married. But when the girl is kidnapped by Carlo Guido (André de Beranger), she is rescued by Tom, who proves to be very much eligible after all.