After moving to the city to study opera, Ann Reid ( Ruth Clifford ) becomes very discouraged by her teachers, so she decides to be a cabaret singer instead. At Balvini's ( Harry Von Meter ) cabaret, Ann's friend Dolly ( Carmen Phillips ) introduces her to Ted Vane ( Ashton Dearholt ), who asks Ann to be his wife. She accepts, but Ted's mother is opposed to the match and convinces Ann that Ted will be ruined by the marriage. To drive Ted away, Ann assumes the role of a worldly woman, attaining notoriety by her outrageous behaviour at a party. Ted learns of his mother's scheme and arrives at Ann's just as Balvini is attacking her. Ted rescues her and the two are happily married.
This 1918 drama starred the beautiful actress Ruth Clifford, whose career lasted from silent days into the television era. Sadly this film produced by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company, is now considered lost.
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