A crook's ex-wife marries the state's governor, and the crook sees an opportunity to make some money by threatening to expose his wife's past if the governor doesn't pay him off. The crook's son, who is also a criminal, doesn't want to see his mother disgraced and determines to stop his father, but things don't turn out the way he planned.
He was a gangster kid---his mother was a great lady. And he was willing to "swing" that she might remain a great lady! GREAT AS A PLAY GREATER AS A PICTURE (Print Ad- Albany Evening News, ((Albany NY)) 14 January 1928)
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A copy of this film is located the Museum of Modern Art, New York. See more
Remade as I'd Give My Life