After her lover, Kale Loomis ( Frank Beamish ), has had her husband sent to prison on a false charge, Fay Gonard ( Marie Shotwell ) leaves her little daughter, Dolores May, on the steps of a convent. Reared in an atmosphere of strictness and seclusion, Dolores ( June Caprice ) is possessed with a desire to see the world, and after meeting Lawrence Grant ( Robert Walker ), a politician's son, her curiosity is aroused even more and she escapes from the convent. Found on the road by Kale's friends, Dolores lives in his home for a time, but later, Lawrence takes her under his wing with the intention of marrying her. Although she loves Lawrence, Dolores misses Kale's parties and returns to him, whereupon Kale threatens to publicize her activities unless Lawrence's father agrees to his demands. Lawrence takes a repentant Dolores away from one of Kale's riotous parties, but after Kale is found dead, Lawrence is arrested for murder. Dolores' father, however, confesses to the crime, and following his acquittal, he is reunited with his daughter and Lawrence, now her husband.
This 1918 silent drama was produced by the Fox Film Corporation starring June Caprice. As with most of Caprice's films, Miss Innocence remains a lost silent.
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