Cast & Crew
Sculptress Madge Graham sacrifices her art career to nurture violinist Robert Knight whom she marries and with whom she has two children. Gradually Knight becomes infatuated with Mrs. Alden, the wife of a wealthy man. Madge discovers her husband's treachery at the Alden home when she encounters the two embracing. In their surprise, a lamp is overturned and the house catches fire. Knight attempts to stop the blaze, but his hands are badly burned and he is taken to the hospital for treatment. When it becomes apparent that he will require skin grafting to save his hands, Mrs. Alden refuses, but Madge bravely sacrifices her skin, finally forcing Knight to realize the deep love of his wife.
Mary Jane Irving
Although Variety calls this a "B.B." feature, no other information has been located connecting this to Bessie Barriscale's own company, B. B. Features. This film is listed as a Robertson-Cole film in her entry in the 1921 MPSD and is not listed among her other B. B. Features films.