During the mid-'20s, Monte Blue and Patsy Ruth Miller starred together in a number of pleasantly entertaining comedy-dramas for Warner Bros. This one is typical of the bunch -- it's well made and has a lot of thrills -- but it's not great filmmaking. Patsy Ryan (Miller) is engaged to fighter Lefty O'Brien (Blue) against the wishes of her father (Willard Louis). Ryan wants to see his daughter marry someone wealthy so she can leave the Lower East Side behind. When Patsy is injured, Lefty calls for Dr. Franklin (Nigel Barrie), who begins to court her. But the doctor is not an honorable man, and when he invites Patsy and her father to his country lodge, Lefty follows after the train in his car. The auto is wrecked, and the train runs wild. To save the day -- and his sweetheart -- Lefty hires an aeroplane and leaps onto the train. In spite of all the danger they are in, Dr. Franklin has chosen this time to try to force himself on Patsy, and Lefty shows up in time to beat him up and stop the train before it hits a landslide.
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