Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Frenchman Henri Durand (Gustav von Seyffertits) is extremely jealous of his pretty wife (Alice Joyce). She is perfectly faithful, but he hounds her endlessly until it drives her to suicide. A decade later, their daughter (Alice Joyce) has grown into a lovely young girl, and she and her father run across Tom Franklin (Percy Marmont), the American who Durand believes was involved with his wife. He swears revenge and has his daughter entice Franklin so he can destroy him. But instead, they fall in love. It turns out that Franklin was never involved with Mrs. Durand after all, and the couple are free to pursue their romance.