Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Society girl Constance Bennett goes to work as a reporter for a big-city newspaper. Harried editor Clark Gable fires the flighty socialite, but rehires her when Bennett starts dating the co-respondent (Harvey Stephens) in a major divorce case. Things get sticky when the wife in the case is murdered and Bennett's beau is accused of the crime. More interested in the well-being of Bennett than in making headlines, Gable tracks down the killer and springs the boy friend. The freed man sizes up the situation and courteously steps out of the picture, allowing Gable and Bennett--who of course have been in love all along--to head for the altar.
arrest, big-city, boyfriend, confession [criminal], criminal, editor, expose [revelation], false-accusation, headlines, investigation, journalism, killing, love, mansion, marriage, millionaire, murder, newspaper, press, rackets [corruption], reporter, scheme, socialite