Synopsis by Janiss Garza
There's not much plot to this fluffy light comedy. Sylvia Fairponts (Emmy Wehlen) is a sheltered society girl who has never had a taste of the fast life, except for once when she tried to smoke a cigarette (her mother caught her). When she meets Jack Bradley (W.I. Percival) and they fall in love, she's worried that she's missing something. Before they get married, she begs him to take her to the Beaulieu Inn, a notorious roadhouse, for just one "spree." Bradley is reluctant to take her there, but finally decides to give her a night she will never forget. He hires a down-on-his-luck actor to play a man about town, and rounds up a group of chorus girls. Then he rents two dining rooms at the Inn -- one for his gang of pseudo-debauchers and one for Sylvia and himself. Sylvia is less than impressed with her exciting night out -- in fact, when she sees one of the chorus girls giving the actor a champagne shampoo, she's pretty disgusted by the whole thing. Bradley has also hired some fake cops to raid the joint, but real policemen show up and drag Sylvia to night court. She gets off with a suspended sentence and decides that she wants nothing more than to settle down with Bradley.