Chorus girl Peggy Malone (Wanda Hawley) has a father (Lincoln Plumer) and brother (Dick Rosson) who sponge off her mercilessly. She also has a wealthy admirer, Martin Fox (Donald McDonald) who will do anything but marry her. So when Jimmy Parsons, the show's press agent (T. Roy Barnes) impulsively decides to settle down and proposes, Peggy accepts. They're happy only briefly -- then pop and brother start taking advantage of the young couple. Jimmy returns to hanging out with the boys and Peggy goes back to the stage. Fox now offers to marry her if she will get a divorce but she turns him down. Then Jimmy's health starts to fail and a doctor orders him to take a rest in Arizona. Peggy, meanwhile, goes into motion pictures, and with the money she earns she is able to support her sponging relatives and Jimmy. But when she is injured working on a film, she finds she has to choose once again between the now-recovered Jimmy and Fox. But Jimmy reveals he doesn't need P! eggy's support as he has been writing -- and selling -- screenplays. The couple reunite, while Peggys no-good relatives are sent to look through the want ads.
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