Mary Pickford's last movie, which her company also produced, was a great disappointment. After the first version was edited, she tossed it into the round file and re-shot the whole thing. It wasn't much better. Norma Talmadge had already made a silent version of the play whence this
sprung, and that was a bit more pleasing. Pickford is a New England miss in love with handsome Howard, but her domineering father, Smith, does not approve of Howard and wants her to marry Evans, a peer of the realm in England and a man for whom boredom is a step up in excitement. Rather than be
trapped in a loveless marriage, Pickford and Howard leave the East and jump aboard a wagon tr...