Hartley, fascinated by the vampish Leonie, steals and serves a term in prison. Not satisfied with this downfall, Leonie again works her womanly charms upon Dr. Gerald, who is engaged to Johanna, the adopted daughter of Dr. McLean. Learning of the woman's designs on the young doctor, Hartley denounces her in Gerald's presence. In response, Gerald foolishly renounces Johanna and his friendship with Dr. McLean. However, when Leonie discovers that Johanna is her own daughter whom she had deserted as a child, she becomes conscience-stricken, gives up the young man and begs forgiveness.
Accent on Strings was an Australian television series which aired in 1956 on Sydney station TCN-9. A music series, the first episode aired 27 October 1956. It was among several early locally-produced the series which debuted during the first official week of programming by the station, along with The Johnny O'Connor Show, game show What's My Line, religious series Give Us This Day, children's series Fun Farm, and music series Campfire Favourites, with these series having varying degrees of success. Accent on Strings proved to be among the less successful of early TCN-9 offerings, running a couple months, and ending at the same time as Campfire Favourites and The Johnny O'Connor Show. It is not known if any of the episodes exist as kinescope recordings. There is very little information about this series available online.