~Plot Synopsis~
To relieve the burden placed on their mother, Alice Sturgis (Wanda Hawley) marries and has several
children, while her independent sister, Jeanette (Mae Busch), goes to work as a stenographer.
Eventually, she is forced to marry a persistent salesman to avoid a scandal. Becoming disillusioned
with married life, Jeanette leaves the salesman, but after 3 years' separation she realizes her need for
a family and returns to him.   

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Victor Schertzinger

Written by:
Lenore J. Coffee - writer
Albert E. Lewin - writer

Based on the novel Bread by Charles Gilman Norris (New York, 1923).

Mae Busch ...  Jeanette Sturgis
Robert Frazer ...  Martin Devlin
Pat O'Malley ...  Roy Beardsley
Wanda Hawley ...  Alice Sturgis
Eugenie Besserer ...  Mrs. Sturgis
Hobart Bosworth ...  Mr. Corey
Myrtle Stedman ...  Mrs. Corey
Ward Crane ...  Gerald Kenyon
Raymond Lee ...  Ralph Beardsley
Valentine Black ...  Child (uncredited)
~Wanda Hawley, Pat O'Malley and Valentine Black~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

Presenter: Louis B. Mayer

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: August 4, 1924
~165-59: Pat O'Malley & Mae Busch~