John Jordan ( Edwin Stevens ) a bachelor, decides to look up his old pal Gilbert Lenox, but upon arriving at his house discovers that his friend is away, and that in his place is an attractive young actress named Mavis Jerome ( Blanche Sweet ) whom Jordan assumes is Lenox's wife. Their conversation is interrupted by the appearance of Homer Owen ( Albert Roscoe ), and when Mavis introduces Jordan to Owen as Mr. Lenox, the bachelor is startled. To accommodate Mavis, Jordan continues the impersonation , causing comic misunderstandings. Finally, when the situation demands an explanation, Mavis relates that she was once engaged to Homer, but had second thoughts and broke the engagement. Discovering that John is not Lenox, Homer kidnaps Mavis and takes her to his yacht where he succeeds in convincing the actress that her misgivings were baseless.
This 1920 comedy was produced by Jesse D. Hampton Productions and starred popular actress, Blanche Sweet. Sadly it now remains a lost silent film.
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