Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Convent-raised Dolores Gay (June Caprice) longs for the excitement of big-city life, so she goes over the wall and heads for New York. Upon her arrival in the Big Apple, our heroine becomes the target for seemingly every lecher and sexual predator in town. Somehow, she manages to keep her virtue intact, and even to find True Love. Many of the subplots in Miss Innocence veer towards the melodramatic, one of them culminating in a tense courtroom scene, the outcome of which is determined by the fact that leading man Robert Walker plays a dual role. The film was directed by Harry Millarde, who later became the husband of star June Caprice).