|Director||Lem B. Parker|
|Writers||Malcolm Douglas (story)
|Cast||Utahna La Reno|
|Plot||The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, against the wishes of her parents, marries John Morton. They disown her and she drops out of their lives. The Mortons do not prosper in a worldly way, but a daughter is born to them and they are happy until death invades the home and takes the mother, John Morton continues the struggle alone, caring for his daughter. The wealthy Raymonds finally learn of the existence of the child, and become obsessed with a desire to possess her, and bring her up as a lady. They advertise to learn of her whereabouts, and this comes to the attention of Morton. In the depths of despondency he consents to the sacrifice, as an opportunity for the girl. Their lawyer prevails upon him to make the change. Rose Morton, when in her new and luxurious surroundings, pines for her dear old dad. Good luck favors Morton and an invention suddenly brings him a fortune. His first thought is to get possession of his beloved child. At this time he receives a telegram announcing her illness. The attendant physician announces the only thing that will save her life to be the presence of her father. John Morton arrives just in time. The sight of him restores the ailing girl and the Raymonds are reconciled to him,... search for Dad's Little Girl on IMDb|
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