Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In the wake of Universal's musical smash Broadway, several enterprising film companies affixed the name of the legendary Manhattan thoroughfare to the titles of their already-completed films. Case in point: Broadway Fever. Sally O'Neil stars as a trouble-prone servant girl who doesn't even get to Broadway until the final reel and then only marginally. Most of the film deals with O'Neill's bumpy romance with wealthy Roland Drew, who's almost as pretty as she. Broadway Fever was based very loosely on a short story by Viola B. Shaw.
forbidden-love, romance, servant