Cast & Crew
William Carter, the eldest son of an aristocratic southern family, marries famed Parisian dancer Fanchon La Fare without his family's consent. Mrs. Carter's attitude annoys Fanchon, and she decides to seek revenge: she smokes cigarettes before the family; performs a dance at a church entertainment in a scanty costume; and flirts with Carter's younger brother, Leigh. Fanchon's ex-husband, Corwin, shows up; he insults her, and Leigh kills him. At the trial, Fanchon's testimony frees Leigh, and the couple are eventually reunited.
J. Thornton Baston
Apparently this film was originally to have been released by Film Booking Offices in 1920, but distribution rights were sold to the Walgreene Film Corp. caOct-November 1920; the latter, in turn, assigned distribution rights to the Federated Film Exchanges of America, which released it in February 1921. Its New York premiere was probably ca14 January 1921. Copyrighted and trade-shown in 6 reels.