Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Although best known for playing Jim Hawkins in Maurice Tourneur's fine 1920 version of Treasure Island, brunette Shirley Mason was usually mostly seen in programmers. Youth Must Have Love was typical of her films for the Fox company, a commonplace western in which she discovers that her father has conspired to frame a young cowboy (Wallace MacDonald) for murder. Like her better-known sister, Metro star Viola Dana, Shirley Mason left films in favor of stage work at the advent of sound.
conspiracy, escape, father, frame-up, honor [recognition], imprisonment, innocence, murder