Leslie Adams ( Gladys Walton ), secretary to the city editor of a newspaper, persuades him to let her write up a society affair. Her efforts result in a libel suit against the paper, and Leslie is told to prove her story or join the ranks of the unemployed. She fails to prove that she was right, but she wins the love of Stuart Furth ( Robert Ellis ), the man who threatened the libel suit. Incidentally, she adjusts the marital affairs of several "misunderstood" couples.
Sadly not much information on this lost 1923 silent comedy/drama produced by Universal Pictures Corporation and starring the beautiful actress of stage and silent screen, Gladys Walton. Other than some surviving film stills and lobby cards, fans of silent cinema can only hope a copy survives and resurfaces for public viewing and a proper review.
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