Rathbone plays a ruthless financier sent to prison for his part in several swindles. His wife, Gurie, and faithful servant, McLaglen, help him escape from prison, only to find that his wife has fallen in love with Cummings. When Rathbone attempts to kill Cummings, McLaglen fights for
Gurie's happiness and does away with Rathbone. Even though Rathbone has an unsympathetic role, he plays it in a manner that evokes feeling on the audience's part, and McLaglen is also effective as the faithful stooge. A stylish piece of direction under the eye of Brahm. Gurie delivers two numbers,
"Love Opened My Eyes" and "Heart of Mine."