Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The most exciting thing about Reform Girl is its title. Released from prison, hard-boiled Lydia Johnson (Noel Francis) immediately returns to her old lifestyle. In concert with a gang of crooks, Lydia tries to frame Senator Putnam (Hale Hamilton), a reform candidate. But when she falls in love with Putnam's straight-arrow campaign manager Joe Burke (Skeets Gallegher), she decides to turn the tables on her unsavory confederates. In a plot twist that could only happen in a hurriedly-assembled "B" picture, our heroine makes a startling discovery about her parentage.
lost, relative, campaign-manager, false-accusation, family-separation, father, frame-up, killing, politician, prison, reunion, romance