Planter Middleton of Kentucky has two beautiful daughters, one of whom is known as "Tempest," and the other as "Sunshine," because of their different dispositions. "Sunshine" is wooed by ... See full summary »

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Planter Middleton of Kentucky has two beautiful daughters, one of whom is known as "Tempest," and the other as "Sunshine," because of their different dispositions. "Sunshine" is wooed by Bill Jeffreys, the village postmaster, whom she does not love and rejects. Later her heart is won by young Doctor Lacey from New Orleans. Soon after they become engaged, the Doctor is compelled to return to his home city on business. During his absence, "Tempest," who is in love with him, conspires with Bill Jeffreys to intercept the lovers' letters. They succeed in making Julia and the Doctor each think that the other is untrue. The Doctor, in a spirit of pique, decides to marry "Tempest." Sunshine remains true, and confides to no one the sorrow she feels. Just as Tempest and the Doctor are about to be married, the ceremony is interrupted by Jeffreys, who confesses the plot, having left a sick bed to do so. The guilty ones are forgiven, and the lovers reunited. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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28 June 1910 (USA)  »

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