Joan Thayer (Marjorie Daw) is desperate for a career on the Parisian stage, but when success seems to elude her, she tries to throw herself into the Seine. She's rescued by Pierre Brandon, a young soldier (Warwick Ward), and they become good friends. Brandon introduces Joan to George Gauthier, a theatrical manager (Clive Brook). Gauthier falls in love with Joan, and leaves his mistress, Andree DeVigne (Juliette Compton), to marry her. The vengeful Andree sets out to destroy the union by convincing Gauthier that Joan loves Brandon. Since this isn't too far off the mark, he easily believes it and eventually the couple separate. Joan marries Brandon, but Andree weds a man of wealth, leaving Gauthier alone. This mediocre program picture did have a couple of interesting aspects -- it was shot in Paris, which offered some authentic backgrounds, and it featured a dance number in which the set was a huge typewriter and the chorus girls were the letters on the keys.
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