Directed by: Scott Sidney

Written by: C. Gardner Sullivan

Julia Dean ... Diana Rossmore
Howard C. Hickman ... Weston Rossmore (as Howard Hickman)
Thelma Salter ... Viola
Louise Glaum ... Thelma Iverson
Betty Burbridge ... Antoinette (as Elizabeth Burbridge)
Lou Salter ... Nurse (unconfirmed)
John Gilbert ... Minor Secondary Role (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Companies:
Kay-Bee Pictures
New York Motion Picture

Distribution Company: Triangle Distributing

Produced by: Thomas H. Ince
Cinematography by: Devereaux Jennings
Assistant Director: Eliot Howe
Musical Accompaniment Selector: Wedgwood Nowell
Musical Accompaniment Selector: Joseph Nurnberger
Thomas H. Ince

Length: 2 Reels
Runtime: 20 Minutes
Released: November 28, 1915
~Plot Synopsis~
When Diana Rossmore (Julia Dean) sees Weston (Howard Hickman), her husband, flirting with an
aggressive, attractive divorcée (Louise Glaum) at a party, she resolves to dress and act like her rival in
hopes of steering her wayward spouse back to her. At the next party, she appears in a provocative
dress that garners all of the men's attention, a development that causes her husband more than a
little jealousy. Diana continues her unrelenting masquerade until Weston is convinced he is losing
her. The ruse climaxes on her daughter's fourth birthday, when, ignoring the child's tears, she insists
on going out instead of staying home and celebrating with her family. Convinced finally by her
husband's persistent declarations of love, Diana removes her fancy dress, dons her simple clothes
and returns to the family fold.

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