Cast & Crew
Ethel Grey Terry
Sylvia Figueroa, the orphaned daughter of an impoverished aristocratic family, loves Watt Dinwiddle, a struggling young attorney who has ventured to San Francisco to make his fortune. When, after his departure, Sylvia fails to hear from her lover, she follows him to the city. After spending weeks vainly searching for a job, Sylvia is forced to accept a position in the chorus line of "Vanities." Her performance is a huge success and soon she is featured as "Mabel Flowers, the Kissing Girl." Becoming disgusted with the milieu, however, Sylvia soon quits. Meanwhile, Watt has been cultivating the wealthy Jack Horner, whose wife Nancy desires a divorce because of her husband's lack of social standing. Sylvia agrees to act as corespondent in the suit in return for the promise that Jack will turn over his legal affairs to Watt. However, love triumphs as Nancy realizes that love is more important than social position, and Watt forgives Sylvia for her scandalous conduct.