Ann Annington ( Mary Miles Minter ), book reviewer for a metropolitan newspaper, is assigned to interview author Harold Hargrave ( Gaston Glass ). Knowing that Hargrave has resisted previous attempts, Ann obtains a position in his apartment as a maid and resolves to break up his engagement to Evangeline ( Grace Morse ), a girl chosen for him by his mother. She plants ladies' garments about his room and hairpins in the bed, and Evangeline is indignant. Discovering he has been tricked, Hargrave dismisses Ann. That evening they realize their mutual love, with the result that she does not report the details of his private life to the press.
This 1921 silent comedy was based on the novel Ann Annington by Edgar Jepson and the play Ann by Lechmere Worrall, produced by the Realart Pictures Corporation, starring Mary Miles Minter. Sadly, Her Winning Way now appears to be lost silent film.
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