Cast & Crew
To the dismay of Allison Edwards, her bookwormish, adoring neighbor, Mary Randolph, falls in love with and marries Jack Van Norman, a rich and handsome former football star. After a few months of marital contentment, Jack becomes infatuated with Rose, an exotic dancer. Despite Mary's attempts at winning him back, Jack agrees to a divorce, moves in with Rose and leaves Mary to bear their baby alone. The new couple live happily at the seashore until Jack discovers that whenever he goes away on business, Rose entertains other men. Despondent over Rose's repeated infidelities, Jack commits suicide. At his coffin, Mary forgives him and then finds solace in the arms of the faithful Allison, now a successful author. After dedicating his latest book to her, Allison proposes marriage, and he and Mary happily wed.
This film was re-released as The Tiger Girl in a slightly revised form on February 15, 1920 by the United Picture Productions Corp. According to modern sources, D. W. Griffith wrote the scenario for this film using his pseudonym, Granville Warwick, at the urging of Harry Aitken, the head of the newly formed Triangle/Fine Arts company, but was not involved with the production beyond that contribution. When the film was re-issued in 1920, Griffith announced in the trade papers that his name would be removed from all advertising as he did not consider it to be a Griffith production.