Aviator and Secret Service agent, Bruce Torrence ( Al Wilson ), is assigned to bring to justice Juan Lascelles ( Harry Von Meter ), who owns a fleet of airplanes used to smuggled drugs. Suspecting Bruce's purposes, Juan loosens the wheel on Bruce's plane, intending for him to crash, but Zella Wingate ( Helen Ferguson ), a girl in whom both men are interested, takes the plane up instead of Bruce. Bruce sees the wheel fall off, straps a spare to his back, gives aerial chase to her plane, transfers to it in midair, and bolts the spare wheel in place. Bruce later discovers Zella in Juan's embrace and quickly realizes that he is really in love with Zella's sister, Blythe ( Virginia Lee Corbin ). Bruce and Blythe are kidnapped by Juan, who takes Blythe off in his plane. Bruce frees himself and gives chase. Blythe tampers with the controls of Juan's plane, and it crashes into the ocean. Bruce jumps into the water from his plane, captures Juan, and rescues the girl. Bruce and Blythe are married and leave on an aerial honeymoon.
This action/drama was produced by Van Pelt-Wilson Productions, and featured beautiful, Virginia Lee Corbin, who began her career as a child actress in 1916. Sadly the status of this film is listed as unknown.
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