Just released from prison, Danny Mulvey (William Scott) visits his sweetheart, Josie (Mae Busch), and finds his sister, Mame (Estelle Taylor), involved with department store owner James Watkins (Willard Louis) a notorious womanizer. Watkins is murdered while making advances to Josie, and Danny takes the blame from Josie upon himself. Mame, who was caught in a tenement fire on the night of the murder, makes a deathbed confession that clears Danny.
This 1922 silent drama was based on the play Only a Shopgirl; a Play in Four Acts by Charles E. Blaney (c. 1922). The film was produced by Columbia Pictures Corporation, starring Estelle Taylor, Mae Busch, Willard Louis and Wallace Beery. The status of this film is listed as unknown, suggesting it may now be a lost silent film.
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