Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Jerry (John Harron), a $40-a-week working stiff, is in love with Peggy (June Marlowe). But while attending a weekend society party thrown by Peggy's wealthy and seductive cousin Cora (Dorothy Sebastian), Jerry falls for his hostess like a ton of bricks. Amused by Jerry's oafish sincerity, Cora takes the boy for a spin in her private plane, deliberately crash-landing some 300 miles later -- while Peggy remains at home, broken-hearted. During a romantic rendezvous at a remote country inn, Cora and Jerry are interrupted by the unexpected arrival of Cora's rich fiance. Realizing that he's been played for a fool, Jerry makes his way back to his own neighborhood, where faithful Peggy is still waiting with open arms.
cousin, first-love, love, love-triangle, party, seduction, working-class