Cast & Crew
Wealthy Walter Crane bets bank director Kirkland Gaige and four other friends that he can make Cinders, a little newsgirl he knows, into a lady so attractive that they will all want to marry her. A year later, Cinders returns from boarding school an attractive young woman, but leaves her comfortable home when she learns that Crane, her sponsor, has lost his money, been demoted to bank teller, and been accused of stealing $50,000. Cinders, determined to find a job, secures a post as a reporter on the newspaper. While investigating the story of the bank theft, she uncovers evidence that proves that Gaige stole the money to buy a necklace for his mistress, Cleo Duvene, and then pinned the crime on Crane. Acquitted of all criminal charges, Crane then proposes marriage to his protégée.
C. H. Geldert
The title of the original story was "Cinders." Sources conflict concerning the camerman for this film. Wid's credits Harold Rosson, while information in the Paramount studio files lists Paul Perry.