|Directed by||Alfred Santell|
|Produced by||Ben Verschleiser|
|Written by||Evelyn Campbell (story)|
Adele Buffington (scenario)
|September 15, 1924 (US)|
Milt Kimberlin marries a cabaret dancer who dies after he loses his money. Years later, he regains his fortune and remarries, but he's distant and misses his first wife. His new wife leaves him after a blackmailer's letter arrives suggesting infidelity in his first marriage, but eventually the truth is revealed and their relationship grows stronger.
- John Bowers as Milt Kimberlin
- Charles Murray as Joe Delane
- John Miljan as Frank Gorman
- Clara Bow as Rosalie
- Buck Black as Val Kimberlin
- "Refowich Theater". The Standard Sentinel. March 9, 1925. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
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