Gail Nernon, arriving late for a rehearsal, loses her job in the cast of a big Broadway show. Craig Stafford offers to set her up with an apartment, money and clothes but she turns him down as she is not that kind of a girl. Gail is on the verge of poverty when she learns that her mother must have an expensive operation, so she tells Craig she is now that kind of girl. Mom dies, but Gail keeps her set-up. She meets a playwright, Lloyd Mason, who falls in love with her but Gail, while somewhat interested, decides to remain true-blue to Craig, who paid for her mother's unsuccessful operation, and other items. But Craig, who is married, sees that Lloyd and Gail care for each other and he steps aside. But Gail now realizes she loves Craig. Meanwhile, Craig's wife, runs away with another man and, then, dies. Lloyd then tells Gail to go to Craig. Written by
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