About the film
Release Date: January 29, 1922
|Slogan||:||«ALMA MAY, like the Irene Castle of real life, was the brightest figure in New York's brightest night life. And then Lieut. John Tabor came into her life and carried her way to his father's lumber camp on her honeymoon.»|
|Genres||:||Comedy, Romance, War|
|Production Companies||:||Holtre Productions|
|Director||:||Edwin L. Hollywood|
|Writers||:||Clarence Budington Kelland, Eve Unsell|
Returning from France after the war, John Tabor informs Palma May of her brother's death and offers the penniless girl his help, but she refuses it, preferring to work as a cabaret dancer. Later, John and Palma meet again, marry, and go west to manage a lumber camp, as instructed by John's wealthy father, Jarvis Tabor. Displeased by John's choice of wife, the elder Tabor tests the couple with difficult living conditions, which eventually discourage Palma, and she accepts the party invitation of Keith Merwyn, manager of the cabaret where she starred. Meanwhile, Merwyn effects a disturbance among the lumbermen, endangering John.