Soon after innocent young convent girl Barbara Martin ( Ethel Clayton ), elopes with her guardian's unscrupulous brother, Barton Sedgewick ( Boyd Irwin ), she discovers that Barton already has a wife and child. Barton then deserts both wives, leaving Barbara to turn to her guardian George Sedgewick ( C. H. Geldart ) for advice. George advises an immediate divorce, but Barbara takes no action until she meets John Brent ( Harrison Ford ) and falls in love. Upon requesting that George arrange her divorce from Barton, Barbara discovers that John is her guardian's lawyer. Panicked for fear of John discovering her marriage, Barbara's quandary is resolved when she discovers Barton with his mistress. Through Barton's carelessness, Barbara is able to obtain documents which prove that his first marriage was valid, thereby nullifying their marriage, thus freeing her to marry John.
This 1920 drama was produced by the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, sadly it is now listed as unknown on the long list of lost silent films.
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