|Cast||Tom Moore Alice Joyce Stephen Purdee Marin Sais|
|Plot||Evelyn Gregory, a society girl, is courted by Sidney Worthy, a serious young man with a high sense of honor, and Charles Cadwell, whose jolly disposition makes him a great favorite. Cadwell wins Evelyn's promise, and when he breaks the news to his rival, Worthy warmly congratulates him. Evelyn gives a supper party to announce her engagement, and while preparing the chafing dish there is an explosion which severely burns the hostess. A doctor is quickly summoned, and when an examination is made he announces that Evelyn will be disfigured for life, to the horror of the guests. Cadwell's cowardly nature asserts itself when, after two weeks of deliberation, he sends Evelyn a heartless note, stating that he cannot marry her, now that she has lost her beauty: that he is leaving for Europe, and that she must make no effort to change his determination. Worthy calls on Evelyn shortly after she has received the note. Her features are concealed by a veil, and Worthy is full of sympathy. When he is told of the note he makes a sudden resolve and visits Cadwell's apartment. Tom roundly denounces Cadwell and demands that he apologize to Evelyn. There is an altercation, followed by a struggle, and Cadwell flees. Worthy pursues and brings Cadwell to Evelyn's home. Evelyn, still veiled, receives the two men, and Cadwell utters his forced apology. The girl will not accept it, and removes her veil. To the amazement of Worthy and Cadwell, Evelyn's face is unblemished. Evelyn realizes that her first choice was ill-advised, and Worthy claims his own.... search for A Streak of Yellow on IMDb|
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