This 1924 melodrama was produced by Universal Pictures and featured the lovely actress Alice Lake. Sadly it remains a lost film and all I could find to offer the reader is this brief synopsis. Hopefully a copy of this film survives and resurfaces for fans of silent cinema.
Eddie Kane ( Edwin J. Brady ), a shady gambler persuades his estranged wife, "Poppy" Marie Andrews ( Alice Lake ), to help him blackmail Brownlow Clay ( Herbert Rawlinson ), the owner of a Mexican gambling hall, after Clay refuses entrance to Kane. According to the plan, Kane finds Poppy in Clay's apartment and demands hush money. Poppy, embarrassed of her part in the scheme and genuinely in love with Clay, betrays her husband and marries Clay.
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