Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this comedy, a wealthy heir is shamed by his fiancee at a fancy party and ends up taking off to the bad side of town. There he encounters an ex-con who mistakes the distraught fellow for a high-class thief. The ex-con takes the millionaire into a house for reformed criminals. It is managed by a pretty woman and immediately the rich boy and she are attracted to each other. Unfortunately, the not-so-reformed ex-con takes him away from the girl and forces him to pull off a heist for the crook and his gang. Fortunately, the lovely landlady intervenes and saves him before it is too late. In gratitude, the rich man buys the house for the woman so she can run it as she sees fit.
boy, ex-convict, fiancee, finances, gangster, party, poor-little-rich-kid, reform [improve], robbery, socialite