Cast & Crew
Henry Mcrae Webster
Believing her husband to have died on an allied mission to Russia, wealthy Englishwoman Rosalind Dane devotes her life to her three-year-old daughter Patty. When a gypsy band arrives, Rosalind is strangely attracted to them and permits them to camp on her estate. She falls in love with one of them, Ben Galli, and throws a lawn fete, during which Rowena, a fortune-teller, predicts that there will be a tragic death in her family and that she will leave with the gypsies. During the party, Rosalind's husband Ralph returns with a man who is a secret agent for the Soviets. Ralph threatens to divorce Rosalind and take custody of Patty when he learns of her love for Ben, but Rosalind, who by an overheard conversation has learned that Ralph is in the pay of the Bolsheviks, says that she will kill him before allowing him to have their daughter. Ralph is murdered by the agent for refusing to carry out instructions from the Soviets, and because of Rosalind's threat and circumstantial evidence, she is about to be convicted, when Mario, a gypsy brought to the trial by Ben, testifies to the agent's guilt. Rosalind, who had learned from Rowena, really her grandmother, that her mother was a gypsy, leaves with Ben and the band.
Sources vary in crediting either Henry McRae Webster or Charles Miller as director.