Young William Burroughs comes from wealth but not nobility, so despite his income he is not welcomed when he pursues Lady Elizabeth Galton, and indeed he is not only beaten by her cousin but thrown out by his own father for the disgrace he has caused. He travels to the United States where he becomes a champion prizefighter. Upon his return to England, he finds circumstances quite changed for Lady Galton and he sets out to change her circumstances further.
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Some son, you'll say for a nice respectable papa, mixing with lords and dukes! Some lover for lady fair, queening it over society's elite! but hurrah for a lad that was never licked! (Print Ad- The Bellingham Herald,((Bellingham, Wash.))13 April 1922)
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No print of this film is known to exist and it (like most Wallace Reid films) is considered "lost". See more