Synopsis by Janiss Garza
This romance starring Edmund Lowe was just another routine Fox programmer. Richard March (Lowe) is a pilot during the Great War. In one battle he downs a German plane, but his is also hit. Ambulance driver Marion Weston (Claire Adams) sees the plane falling and goes to the rescue. March is uninjured, however, and on the way back to the lines, he tries to kiss Marion. She is affronted, even though he apologizes. At the war's end, March returns to his acting career. He attends a party with an old war friend, Colonel Hale (Charles Clary), and once again meets Marion. She still spurns him, but slowly March goes to work on her. Then she misunderstands the relationship between him and Suzette, his leading lady (Diana Miller), and there's another rift. Meanwhile, Hale's daughter, Connie (Marion Harlan) becomes infatuated with March and tries to compromise herself with him. Hale is furious with his friend until Connie confesses the whole incident was her fault. Marion finally acknowledges she loves March, and the couple are united.
war, doctor/nurse, extramarital-affair, flapper, idol, kiss, love, meeting, play [recreation], produce [showbiz], rescue, romance, suspect, understanding, wound [injury], writing