Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Having been misinformed that all French girls are morally suspect, American soldier David Kendall (Edwin August) is in for quite a shock when he's shipped Over There. After meeting several "nice" Frenchwomen, David returns to the states with a whole new perspective on things. It isn't long before he falls in love with Nenette (Carmel Myers), the daughter of French-born restaurateur Armande Bisson (Andrew Robson). But when Nenette is implicated in a murder, the disillusioned David instantly repudiates her -- and by extension, all Daughters of France. By film's end, however, David learns the folly of sweeping generalizations. If a print could be found of Broadway Scandal, chances are that supporting player Lon Chaney Sr., here cast as gangster "Kink" Colby, would emerge as the picture's best actor.
war, bachelor, criminal, father, France, gangster, military, waiter