This 1921 comedy starring the popular actress, Alice Joyce, was produced by the Vitagraph Company and sadly now remains a lost film. I have found an original film review to share with the reader.
Moving Picture World, April 16, 1921-
Alice Joyce Presents Engaging Type of American Girl in Screen Version of Stage Play.
After being thoroughly spoiled by her father, a wealthy railroad man, Indiana Stillwater loses her heart to the Rt. Hon. Thurston Ralph, Viscount Canning, and the couple are married. On their arrival in England, Thurston takes his wife to the Canning home. The American wife is welcomed by Lady Canning but her English social breeding finds Indiana too pronounced in her manners and her choice of gowns. However, she is treated with great kindness by her husband and his mother, and no serious trouble happens until Mr. and Mrs. Stillwater come over to visit their daughter and invite Indiana to their hotel for a Sunday night supper. Thurston tells his wife that he does not want her to be seen in a public place on Sunday. Indiana disobeys his orders and when she comes home finds herself locked out. She is let in through a window by the old butler. The next morning she teacher her lord and master that he is not match for a woman's wit, when that woman truly loves her husband. The little domestic tragedy ends in the familiar but satisfying lover's embrace.
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