The only film released in the two-camera, two-projector Fairhall-Elder stereoscopic (3-D) process developed by Harry K. Fairhall and Robert F. Elder. The premiere was 27 September 1922 at the Ambassador Hotel Theater in Los Angeles.
The film utilized the red-and-green anaglyph system for the 3D experience and also gave the audience the option of viewing one of two different endings to the film (in 2D) by looking through only the red or green lens of the spectacles,depending on whether the viewer wanted to see a happy or tragic ending.
The film was only publicly shown twice in 3D, once on September 27, 1922 in the Ambassador Hotel Theater in Los Angeles, and only once more in December 1922 at Rivoli Theater in New York City. Following only being shown twice in 3D, the film was acquired by Selznick Distributing Corporation and re-released in 2D in 1923 under the title "Forbidden Lover", which is also presumed lost.