Returning from a ten-year stay in China, Monty Gray (Franklin Farnum) is greeted by an old college pal, who tries to "set up" Monty with a good-looking young lady. Taking one look at the girl's picture, Monty declares that he will marry her before the month is out. Only one problem: The girl is saddled with a status-seeking mother who wants her daughter to marry a titled Englishman. Taking the bull by the horns, Monty poses as the aristocratic Lord Radleigh and gets away with his pose -- at least until he makes the acquaintance of the heroine's husband-to-be, the Duke of Cannister. Unable at first to figure out why the Duke hasn't spotted him as a phony, Monty finally realizes that his romantic rival is himself a fraud -- and a con artist to boot. This "dual deception" gimmick was as old in the hills in 1917, but not so old that it couldn't be used again in the 1998 comedy hit There's Something About Mary.
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