The Universal Weekly, 12 June 1915. A young wife, after waiting all night for her husband's return, reads the morning paper and finds he has been arrested in a raid on a roadhouse. Angered and ashamed, she leaves him. / Rose La Rue, a cafe singer, wherever she turns, sees the leering faces of clutching hands of men before her. / One night, outside the window of the cafe, Rose sees the pale and hungry looking face of a young girl. Two men are on each side of her clutching her arms. Rose leaves the cafe and takes the little stranger to her dressing-room. Later, in the cafe, two of Rose's admirers quarrel as to who is to take her home. / Fearing a scene, Rose hurries to her dressing-room and finds the young girl in the clutches of the cafe manager. Rose then takes her home in a taxi. The two men follow to her apartment, obtain admittance and demand to see the man who they think has taken Rose home. / Drawing aside a curtain, Rose bids them look. One of the men, recognizing the girl as his own wife, drops his head in shame. Rose tells him how she found his wife and brings about a reconciliation. / Tired of the clutching hands and luring faces, Rose returns to her mountain home and her girlhood sweetheart.
This 1915 silent drama was produced by Powers Production; distributed by The Universal Film Manufacturing Company, starring Violet McMillan, Jane Novak, Allan Forrest and William C. Dowlan. Her Mysterious Escort was marketed with one-sheet and three-sheet posters. Sadly it may now be a lost silent film.
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