(1922, dirs. Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor, 59 mins., NR)
Country doctor, Jack Jackson, has a knack for cheering up his patients without medicine. When one of his former patients asks him to help a friend, Dr. Jackson discovers the wealthy man’s daughter (Mildred Davis) isn’t an invalid, but a helpless victim of Dr. von Saulsbourg’s greed. Sparks fly when Dr. Jackson and the girl accidentally kiss and he vows to rescue her from von Saulsbourg’s clutches. Musical accompaniment by Roger Lippincott.
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