A banker falls in love with the voice of a telephone supervisor and sends his son to meet her. The supervisor, however, arranges for the son to meet a young friend of hers who is already in love with him. After clearing the son of a false burglary charge, the supervisor goes to the banker to arrange the wedding of her friend and the son, and the older couple decide to get married themselves. [The film also includes a strike against the telephone company. No other information concerning the plot has been discovered.]
British producer Samuelson made this film in America in the first half of 1920, but it was not released in England until 1921 or 1922 and was probably never released in America. A modern source credits Alexander Butler as the director and gives Charmis Graham as the name of the character played by Turner, John Wilshire as the name of the character played by Merrick, Owen Wilshire as the name of the character played by Ray, and Sally Lee as the name of the character played by Dunham. Another modern source states that the film was shot in Universal City.