After living in a boarding school for some years, Peggy Dean ( Marguerite De La Motte ) accepts the invitation of her Aunts Abigail ( Jane Keckley ) and Salina ( Julia Calhoun ) to live with them. They warn her that she will be "on probation" because of the family's displeasure with Peggy's father for marrying an actress, so Peggy masquerades as an exceedingly prim and proper missionary. She must drop her disguise, however, to win James Landon ( Ralph Graves ). Disillusioned when he learns of her deceit, James leaves, but Peggy overtakes him in a racing car and brings about a reconciliation.
This 1923 silent drama was produced by the W.W. Hodkinson Corporation, from a screen story by Grace S. Haskins, starring Marguerite De La Motte and Ralph Graves. The survival status of Just Like a Woman is listed as unknown.
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