Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Nancy Bradshaw (Katherine MacDonald) is a popular stage star who quits her career to marry millionaire clubman Dick Cunningham (Charles Richman). But after a few years of marriage, he starts seeing other women. Figuring that her public was more faithful to her than her husband, Nancy returns to the stage. When Cunningham realizes what she has done, he storms into the dressing room to protest, but she stands firm and insists that she will divorce him and keep their child. This doesn't necessarily mean, however, that Nancy will spend her days alone -- she has a longtime admirer, playwright Ted Dorn (Earl Whitlock), who is more than happy to keep her company. This drama was adapted from a Saturday Evening Post story by Rita Weiman.