~Shameful Behavior?~
Directed by: Albert H. Kelley

Written by: Douglas Bronston
Adaptation: George Scarborough

Based on a story by Marie Belloc Lowndes

Edith Roberts ... Daphne Carrol
Richard Tucker ... Jack Lee
Martha Mattox ... Mrs. Calhoun
Harland Tucker ... Custis Lee
Grace Carlyle ... Joan Lee
Louise Carver ... Sally Long
Hayes Robinson ... The Butler
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: B.P. Schulberg Productions

Distribution Company: Preferred Pictures Corporation

Cinematography by: Nicholas Musuraca
Presented by: J.G. Bachmann  

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: October 1, 1926
~Plot Synopsis~
Gawky American teenager Daphne Carroll (Edith Roberts) is shipped off to an expensive education in
Paris. By the time she returns, Daphne has metamorphosed into a sleek, poised fashion plate. She
has also picked up a few "radical" notions about love and fidelity, which embarrass her hometown
sweetheart, politician Curtis Lee (Harland Tucker). Worried that Daphne might hurt his chances at
re-election, Curtis begins neglecting her. She gets even by crashing one of Curtis' dinner parties,
posing as escaped lunatic Sally Long (Louise Carver). Worried about Daphne's bizarre behavior,
Curtis puts her under the care of a nurse -- who turns out to be the real Sally Long. Rescued from a
grisly fate, Daphne promises to behave more conservatively in the future -- but one detects a gleam in
her pretty blue eyes.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com