Joe ( Clive Brook ) and Eleanor Woodbury ( Belle Bennett ) are unhappy in their marriage, because she loves the party life and he does not. Together, they visit Nadia ( Jacqueline Logan ), a lovely young woman who tells the future by gazing into a crystal ball, and Joe and Nadia fall in love at first sight. Although Eleanor is having an affair with Gene Deering ( Donald MacDonald ), a lounge lizard, she wants to stay married to Joe and therefore tells Nadia that she is pregnant. The diminutive crystal-gazer promises to stop seeing Joe, and Eleanor resumes her illicit relationship with Deering. Following a raid on a roadhouse where they are carousing, Eleanor and Deering are involved in an automobile accident and she is slightly hurt. The doctor who attends her later informs Nadia that Eleanor is not expecting a child, and Nadia telephones Joe to tell him of his wife's double deception. Joe then tells Eleanor that he is going to divorce her and goes to Nadia.
This 1925 silent drama starring popular silent screen stars Clive Brook , Belle Bennett and Jacqueline Logan, is now sadly considered a lost silent film.
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