Jimmy Coghlan ( William Collier Sr.) has developed such a notorious reputation for spending money, drinking and going to wild parties that his uncle and guardian, political boss "Big" Malone ( Charles K. French), insists that he settle down and get a job. Obediently, Jimmy opens a detective agency, but spends most of his time discouraging prospective clients. Jimmy finally takes on a case, though it is against his better judgement, because to solve it he must join a band of crooks. There he meets and falls in love with Lucia Andrada ( Enid Markey), one of the gang members, and discovers that the real leader of the gang is Malone himself. Jimmy rebukes his uncle, after which he and Lucia, vowing to behave like responsible adults, begin making plans for their marriage.
Sadly this early comic/romance/drama silent film is now considered lost.
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