Directed by:
Victor Adamson
Norval MacGregor

Based on the story 'Wings' by Beth Slater Whitson

Gaston Glass ... David Stanley
Alma Bennett ... Judith Deering
Josef Swickard ... Judge Henning
J. Frank Glendon
Doris May ... Little Jester
Grace Dalton ... Gloria
Lillian Langdon ... Madame Gabrielle
Rolfe Sedan
Ernest Hilliard ... Carter
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Victor Adamson Productions
Distribution Company: Weiss Brothers Artclass Pictures

Produced by: Victor Adamson
Cinematography by: Jack Fuqua

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: December 24, 1927
~Plot Synopsis~
Alcoholic former artist David Stanley and impoverished violinist Judith Deering appear before Judge
Henning. After the kindly judge dismisses the petty charges against the pair, Judith finds a job, after
which she secretly sends money to David, using the judge as an intermediary. David soon stops
drinking and successfully resumes his career. Meanwhile, Judith discovers that her new employer,
Thomas Carter, has designs on her. She tries to leave him, but cannot, because her leaving would
harm a friend who is a cabaret dancer. When David learns that Judith is his benefactor, and is in
danger, he goes to her rescue. In a struggle with Carter, David accidentally shoots Judith. David later
visits Judith in the hospital, where they look forward to a happy life together.