Cast & Crew
Heiress Doris Pennington lives next door to Monty Feverill, whose mother has made him believe he is a chronic invalid. Doris is committed to an asylum by her scheming guardian aunt, who has fallen under the spell of a fake spiritualist, Prof. Freno Palmer, who, in turn, has designs on the wealthy Doris. At the sanitarium, Doris convinces the authorities that the nurse accompanying her is the expected patient, and Doris is installed as nurse. Prof. Palmer has himself committed in order to be near Doris. Monty is also committed to the asylum by his mother because of his strange behavior after seeing Doris. Doris persuades the head doctor that her aunt is a patient, and she, too, is locked up. Believing the aunt to be an heiress, the asylum proprietor marries her. Monty and Doris escape and are married.
Though ads for the film give George William Hill as the cinematographer, most reviews credit W. R. Hills, and the Variety review states that the film's camera work is credited to Lieut. W. R. Hellis. Contemporary sources disagree over whether the family name of the Raymond Cannon character is Feverill or Ferverill.