Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This fondly remembered British romance starred former child actress Alma Taylor as the daughter of a tinker who falls in love with a reclusive widower (Hugh Clifton) and the father of a little boy (G.H. Mulcaster). Melodrama reared its ugly head when the tinker's (John McAndrews) invention is stolen by his nefarious secretary (Lawrence Hanray), but director Cecil M. Hepworth concocted a nice happy ending. A 1914 American two-reeler featuring Pauline Bush and Lon Chaney may have been an earlier version of this story.
inventor, love, reunion, romance, wealth, widow/widower