Rosalie Ray ( Corinne Griffith ), a vaudeville dancer is disgusted by the advances of her admirers, quits the stage and retires to the anonymity of a small town. At her rooming-house she meets young minister Arthur Lyle ( Rod La Rocque ) who proposes to her. Soon after, Rosalie learns of a mysterious woman in Lyle's past and decides to investigate. Learning that Lyle keeps a cherished memento of this femme fatale in his room, Rosalie determines to unearth it. Locating the box, she opens it, only to discover her own garter inside. Rosalie is so repulsed at the revelation that when her former manager, Brad Mortimer ( Earl Metcalfe ), appears to offer her his hand in marriage and a professional engagement, she accepts both and returns to the stage.
This 1920 silent drama was produced by the The Vitagraph Company of America and filmed on locations in Irving Place Theatre, East 15th Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York. Sadly this film starring Corinne Griffith, whereabouts are is now listed as unknown.
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