A young woman is courted first by an older gentleman who loves her, then by a young poet. Upon falling in love with the poet after his relentless pursuit of her, he disappears to Dublin for weeks, during which time, she fears some tragedy may have befallen him. She goes to find him, only to discover he has been courting many women during his absence, one of whom, sets her straight at to his deceitful carousing ways and she returns home. After reading of her upcoming marriage to the other man in the paper, the poet rushes to interfere with the wedding
A beautiful tale of a modern girl, with a great love in her grasp, confronted on her wedding day by a past love. (Print Ad- The Evening Telegram,((New York, NY)) 12 January 1922)
Did You Know?
Because the original story described Aileen as having a fair complexion and dark hair, Marion Davies
wore a black wig. In the medieval arc as Enid, she wore an elaborate blonde wig. See more
If the pigs would eat it I'd feed it to them. But even a pig has its breedin'.