The Winthrops have been drifting apart gradually, Douglas ( Harrison Ford ) devoted to his business and Constance ( Ethel Clayton ) to her social life. For the sake of their small daughter Rosie ( Dorothy Rosher ), they decide to make amends, with Douglas agreeing to spend more time at home and Constance giving up her socializing. Mrs. Dunbar ( Mabel Van Buren ), a spiteful widow with a grudge against Constance, decides to thwart the couple's reconciliation. Overhearing Constance phoning her regrets for a party, Mrs. Dunbar calls Douglas and, pretending that she is his wife, tells him not to come home as she is going to party. Douglas is deeply hurt and accepts Mrs. Dunbar's dinner invitation. When Constance learns of his betrayal, the couple are further estranged. After the death of Rosie, their last remaining bond, the Winthrops decide to separate until an old friend intervenes and recalls the love and happiness they once shared, thus healing the breach between husband and wife
This 1920 drama was produced by the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, starring the beautiful silent screen actress, Ethel Clayton, along with the popular stage and silent film actor, Harrison Ford. Sadly this film remains a lost silent.
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