Young Kitty Shayne ( Patsy Ruth Miller ), is the life of every party she attends, soon discovers that the men in her life invariably pass her up in order to marry timid and retiring girls. Kitty then goes to live with an aunt in a distant town, assuming there the role of a modest young woman in order to find herself a husband. She soon meets and falls in love with Russell Baldwin ( Johnnie Walker ), a proper young man who hates jazz babies. When she and Russell become engaged, Mrs. Baldwin ( Frances Raymond ) gives a party to celebrate the occasion, but the affair is a dull one until Kitty risks her romance to save her future mother-in-law from the heartbreak of social embarrassment, Kitty once again becomes the life of the party, and Mrs. Baldwin's gathering becomes an instant success. Russell is disgusted with Kitty until she explains that she became out-going only to please his mother. Russell and Kitty are reconciled.
This 1924 silent comedy was produced by Sol Lesser Productions, starring actress Patsy Ruth Miller. Sadly it may now be a lost silent film.
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