An old woman (Henrietta Crosman) leaves her daughter's home after a fight, and is reported missing by her family. Striking up a conversation with a charming young man (Richard Cromwell) in a park, she accepts a ride home with him and his friend (Arthur Hohl). Not realizing her new acquaintances are jewel thieves, she accepts a job as a cook for the men -- who are really just using her as a front. The old lady is smarter than they give her credit for, and soon she's figured out the whole scheme. Newly remastered.
In this drama, an old woman gets disgusted by her relatives and runs away from home. She then begins working as a cook in the home of a prominent antique dealer who works as a jewel thief on the side. As the chef, she gradually meets all of his gang members and takes a special liking to one young man and his girl friend, whom she encourages to reform. Eventually, the crook decides to heed her advice, but before he can safely leave, he must pull off a final caper. Worried, the cook follows him. When the boy is caught, she gets the jewels from him and tries to take the fall.
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