Scarred across his face after a burning home rescue of his girlfriend Beth Alden, Jack Fenton is rewarded by her father with a teller job in his bank. As the years go on, Jack and Beth fall in love and marriage is contemplated. However, Mr. Alden prefers the bank Vice president, Wilkens, and tries to discourage Jack. Another Teller, Harris, secretly embezzles money and frames Jack, who is put on trial. Though he's found innocent, he's still discharged. Wrongly convinced that Beth has lost interest in him, he leaves town, only to get into another fiery accident. At the hospital, a doctor experimenting in plastic surgery fixes Jack up perfectly. Jack sees his opportunity for revenge on the town that treated him so badly by returning, unrecognizable in his new face.
A story of a life-long love between a rich girl and a poor man. (Print Ad- Oswego Daily Times, ((Oswego NY)) 26 May 1924)
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Passed and given a "U" cert by the New Zealand censor on 2 June 1924. See more