|Directed by||Harry Beaumont|
|Written by||Edith M. Kennedy|
|Story by||Rex Taylor|
|Starring||Viola Dana |
|Distributed by||Metro Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
As described in a film magazine, Diana Webster (Dana), a willful young woman with plenty of money, and Jimmy Harrison (McCullough), her Aunt Sue's (Astor) finance, are forced to stay all night in a country hotel because of a storm. Getting a single room, they pretend they are married to satisfy the concerns of the hotel manager. Jimmy sleeps on a cot in the hall, but hotel guest Bruce Terring (Forrest) does not know this. Later, Bruce meets Diana at her home where he is a guest, and his scandalous interpretation of her escapade infuriates the young woman. She decides to teach him a lesson and show him that "seeing is not always believing" by placing him in a similar unusual position. She hires an actor and his wife to frame a badger game on Bruce. However, the couple double-cross her and Diana is forced into a blackmailing scheme which forces Bruce to rescue her, resulting in a snappy but happy ending for Bruce and Diana.
- Parish & Pitts p. 22.
- "Reviews: Seeing's Believing". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 14 (20): 58. May 13, 1922.
- James Robert Parish & Michael R. Pitts. Film Directors: a Guide to their American Films. Scarecrow Press, 1974.
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