Synopsis by Janiss Garza
In this bland comedy-drama, May Allison plays Teddy Hayden, a very independent society miss. When her childhood sweetheart, Gerry West (Wallace MacDonald) takes her to a Greenwich Village cafe, she thinks she's found where she belongs. So she spends all her time there and gets herself in a load of trouble. An artist, Raoul Uhlan (Lester Cuneo) falls in love with her, then she is sued by Ruby Joyce (Ruth Stonehouse), who believes she is responsible for the alienation of her prizefighter boyfriend's affections. Then the prizefighter (Emanuel Turner) gets Teddy's car into a wreck and she finds herself in another lawsuit. Gerry gets Teddy out of all this trouble and since a more sedate life suddenly seems more appealing, she marries him. This picture was based on a story, "The Waffle Iron," by Arthur Stringer, which appeared in McClure's Magazine.
man, silence, woman