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[The following plot summary is based on the English-language version of this film, A Lady's Morals ; character names refer to that version.] Paul Brandt, a young composer, falls hopelessly in love with the singer Jenny Lind, following her from city to city, hoping to impress her by his persistency. Jenny loses her voice while performing Norma , and in the chaos that ensues, Paul is struck on the head, gradually causing him to become blind. He is instrumental in bringing the songstress to a maestro who is able to restore her voice, thus proving his unselfish love. She returns with him to Sweden, still chaste and unstirred, but when it becomes evident that Paul is becoming blind, he leaves without explanation just as Jenny is beginning to respond to his love. She is about to make her American debut at the Castle Garden in New York under the direction of P. T. Barnum when she is happily reunited with Paul, now a wandering blind musician.
This was a French-language version of the 1930 film, A Lady's Morals, which was directed by Sidney Franklin and starred Grace Moore and Reginald Denny. The onscreen credits were taken from a studio cutting continuity. In the credits of the French version, Grace Moore was identified as "Prima donna du Metropolitan Opéra de New York."