Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this melodrama a superb female lawyer finds that her success has emasculated her husband, a rather average architect, who runs away from home and career to become a nightclub singer and save some shred of manly dignity. While working at the club, he falls in love with an alcoholic, self-destructive patron. When she dies during a binge, he ends up accused of killing her. Fortunately, the court-appointed defense is a superb female lawyer, and in a corny, histrionic speech she manages to convince the jury that he is really innocent.
killing, architecture, death, employment, false-accusation, husband, investigation, jury, justice, lawyer, love-triangle, murder, nightclub, profession, quitting, songwriter, wife