Maud and Cecil, childhood sweethearts, grow up and drift apart. Maud finds herself engaged, against her will, to a rich nobleman. Cecil, dejected, goes to the city and becomes a famous musician. Maud, not wishing to marry a man she doesn't love and believing Cecil to have been killed in the war, enters a convent. Cecil returns to find that he is not allowed to enter the convent to contact Maud, and desperately tries to devise a plan to let her know he is alive and still loves her.
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A Bluebird Production. Universal, lacking its own theater chain, devised a 3-tiered branding system to market its features to independent theater owners: Red Feather (low-budget), Bluebird (mainstream releases) and Jewel (prestige pictures produced to command higher roadshow ticket pricing). This brand-driven marketing system would fade away by late 1929. See more