Synopsis by Janiss Garza
When Mary Moreland (Enid Bennett) discovers that her father (William Conklin) has become infatuated with a Broadway chorus girl, she decides to bring him to his senses. With the help of Billie Fiske (Rowland Lee), an escort she has hired, Mary begins to prowl the Great White Way in an attempt to meet and befriend the chorus girl, Dollie (Dorcas Matthews). She's successful and makes sure she's having a drunken good time at Dollie's apartment just when her father shows up. He thinks his daughter has become a fallen woman, and this straightens him out. Mary also wins the love of her escort for the usual fade-out clinch. This was one of the better collaborations between Bennett and her director husband, Fred Niblo.