Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Wealthy debutante Shirley Reynolds (Peggy Hyland) hopes to prevent her parents' impending divorce. This proves difficult, since her father (Eric Mayne) is carrying on shamelessly with cabaret dancer Lola Wayne (Regina Quinn). When Lola's father (Riley Hatch) finds out what's going on, he endeavors to get revenge against Old Man Reynolds by seducing and "ruining" poor Shirley. But our heroine is not so easily compromised, and by film's end she manages to make both her dad and Lola's see the error of their ways. Only the film's high production values saved Other Men's Daughters from being a thoroughly unsavory waste of time.
child, dance [art], daughter, divorce, extramarital-affair, father, millionaire, parent, rurality