Synopsis by Janiss Garza
This little romance, based on a story that ran in a magazine called Snappy Stories, doesn't have a lot to offer except for a selection of beautiful gowns worn by star Marie Prevost and the antics of Mickey Daniels, who plays her kid brother (and who would soon sign with Hal Roach for the Our Gang series). Molly May Malone (Prevost) is a model who helps Ted Bradley, the boss's son (Hal Cooley), entertain out-of-town customers. She wants to marry someone rich, but that changes when she meets Jerry Trimble (Edward Hearn), a country boy who has just arrived in the big city. Trimble is studying to become a lawyer, and Molly saves up her money in the hope that they can buy a home together. But when Bradley thinks his new wife, a showgirl, is losing interest in him, he uses Molly to win her back. This causes a misunderstanding between Molly and Trimble, though soon enough their romance is repaired and all ends well.