Cast & Crew
Society girl Elizabeth Schuyler goes abroad as a nurse when World War I is declared, and wins favor with the doughboys as "Lizzie." Elizabeth finds her life boring when she returns after the war. As a diversion, she helps the servants with their daily tasks, and is mistaken for a servant by Red, a friend from her overseas days. He invites Elizabeth to visit Mrs. Murphy's boardinghouse, where she discovers that the former servicemen are having difficulty finding employment. Pretending to visit a sanitarium in order to elude her father and boyfriend Bob, Elizabeth instead goes to live at the boardinghouse. She plans a society circus, and uses the profits to help the new careers of the servicemen. Elizabeth then opens an employment bureau for the boys, and agrees to marry Bob.
Mrs. Jeffrey Lewis
Sources conflict on the release date of the film, listing it variously in September 1919 and November 1919. The New York opening was November 10, 1919. One source gives scenario credit to Katharine Kaine. The working title for this film was Everybody's Sweetheart. According to a news item, Elsie Janis personally recruited wounded soldiers from a military hospital to work as extras in the production.