Cast & Crew
G. Raymond Nye
After selling factory worker Jean Daly into white slavery, Bill Kerns goes to visit Ralph Williams, who is also in the business of procuring women. At Ralph's, Bill finds his sister Marjorie, and realizes that she, too, is about to become part of the slave trade. Bill rescues Marjorie, but the close call makes him understand the immorality of his work, and he vows to reform and fight against his former associates. Making good on his promise, he rescues Jean and soon marries her. Then, Bill convinces Ralph to rebuke the slave trade, after which a repentant, reformed Ralph marries Marjorie.
Sources conflict concerning the film's producer, some identifying it as a Universal production, while others call it the first production of the Anti-Vice Motion Picture Co. According to the Variety review, the New York County District Attorney's office had recently conducted an investigation into white slavery. According to the copyright descriptions, the film was approved by Reverend C. H. Parkhurst, Lieutenant Costigan, the head of the Vice Squad of the New York police, and twenty ministers. The film opened in New York on September 3, 1916.