Blind violinist Rose Duncan ( Dorothy Mackaill ) unknowingly falls in with a gang of crooks who use her as a decoy. Under her influence they all, especially Jimmy Harrison ( James Rennie ), resolve to go straight but decide to pull one more job so that Rose may have surgery. Jimmy is caught and goes to prison while Rose, now cured, successfully pursues her musical career. On the night of her debut Jimmy is released and reunited with Rose.
This 1923 silent drama featured Dorothy Mackaill in her first starring role. Produced and directed by Edwin Carewe, and distributed by First National, sadly, Mighty Lak' a Rose is now considered a lost silent film.
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