When a mother dies of heart failure in a doctor's office, the physician--feeling somewhat guilty because he couldn't save her--takes an interest in the woman's young daughter, and makes her his ward, but his fiancé doesn't particularly like it. After he returns from a three-year engagement in Europe, the doctor discovers that his ward is now a beautiful, full-grown woman, and finds himself falling for her--even though she's engaged to his fiancé's brother.
He gave rich women sugar-coated pills of sugar water, patted their hands and solved their marital problems (original poster)
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This film's earliest documented telecast in Los Angeles occurred Tuesday 10 February 1953 on KECA (Channel 7). See more