Drama / Romance
Martin Griffith as Jack Wade
Patricia Morison as Mary Jane
Robert T. Haines as Attorney Knowlton
John T. Dwyer as C. Vincent Clark
Thomas W. Ross as The Judge
A very rich man by the name of Bob Harrison purchases all the tickets available for the Mona Leslie's musical so he can view the production alone. He is in love with Mona Leslie and does everything he can to show her how much he desires to be with her. However, another man, agent Ned Riley also has an interest in her and he is the one who pays Mona Leslie's bail fee when she is arrested for driving under the influence.
Ned wants to marry Mona, however he is beet to it when she marries the wealthy man, Bob Harrison. Bob soon realizes he has made a mistake during a moment of being under the influence of alcohol. He realizes that Mona is not at the calliber his family would expect from a wife and he wishes he would have married his original first love, Jo Mercer.
Later, Mona convinces Ned to take her to see Bob and they plan to pick a fight with him as Mona is now aware of his true feelings, however, Bob is too drunk and so they leave and he later takes his own life.
Mona is already pregnant with his son, so she gives birth to him and the film revolves around accusations that she ultimately caused him to take his life and is after his money. Mona offers not to take the inheritance but then has been shunned by the rest of society, she finds it hard to find work.
She finally try's to return to musical performing and at first is not accepted by the audience, however the film closes with a standing ovation and a proposal for marriage from her true love, Ned.