Following the announcement of her engagement to Dr. Richard Bard ( Bert Lytell ), Doris Frazer ( Dorothy Devore ) receives a letter from Jack White ( Frederick Ko Vert ), to whom she was formerly engaged, threatening to prevent her marriage; and Mimi ( Frederick Ko Vert ) , an adventuress, calls on Dr. Bard with proof that he married her in France. Consequently, Doris and Richard decide to elope and are married. Complications ensue when Mrs. Cleveland ( Lila Leslie ), one of the doctor's patients, feigns sickness, and when Mimi arrives to claim the doctor as her husband. It is revealed, however, that Mimi is actually Jack White, Doris' ex-fiancé, in female attire. Doris and Richard admit their former affairs and swear their mutual devotion.
This 1927 silent romance/drama was produced by Tiffany Productions, a Hollywood motion picture studio in operation from 1921 until 1932, founded by silent film star Mae Murray, her then-husband, director Robert Z. Leonard and Maurice H. Hoffman. Tragically this silent now remains lost.
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