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The title of this film was changed from Diana Ardway. A few scenes were directed by John H. Collins, who was Viola Dana's husband, before a four week shutdown of production due to the influenza epidemic of 1918. After an illness of less than a week, Collins, cited by Moving Picture World as "probably the youngest director of note in the country," died of pneumonia in New York. Reviews and contemporary news items credit Collins as scenarist, while the synopsis included in the copyright descriptions has Collins' name crossed out and replaced by that of June Mathis.