Cast & Crew
As he lays dying, Don Salvador, the leader of a political outlaw band in the mountains near Seville, tells his daughter Carmelita to marry the best man in the band. After Pedro and Leonardo duel, Carmelita agrees to marry Pedro, the winner, at the Fiesta of Roses, and saves Leonardo. American artist Kent Staunton, painting in the mountains, poses Carmelita, who is dressed as a boy to compete with a friend. After she spends the night in Kent's cabin to avoid a storm, Pedro, misunderstnading, fights Kent and gets arrested. Although attracted to Kent, Carmelita vows revenge when Pedro says that Kent is a spy who killed her father. In Seville, she poses for Kent, but an impulse stops her from stabbing him. After learning that Pedro was lying, Carmelita refuses to marry him when he escapes from jail. Pedro slashes her portrait and, threatening to kill Kent, forces a marriage ceremony. Leonardo, however, learns of this and shoots Pedro. Kent and Carmelita then marry.
Variety and some news items list Carl Stockdale for the role of Don Salvador, while the other trade papers list F. Dumas. Priscilla Dean, ill with pneumonia, was originally scheduled to play the starring role.