Chorus girl Rosalie Ryan catches the eye of Bob Westbrook, a wealthy playboy. He proposes to her but she refuses, mainly because of his heavy drinking. However, after being brazenly insulted by his family, she accepts his proposal, just to get under their skin. She finds out that Bob's sister Phyllis is planning to run off with Martyn Edwards, a cad who once betrayed a close friend of Rosalie's. Rosalie goes to Phyllis' apartment to talk her out of it, but soon finds herself involved in, and arrested for, a murder.
A Great Melodrama of the New York Show World! The syncopation of catchy music-the flutter of fluffy skirts- the sheen of silken legs-the play of many colored lights-songs-pretty faces-a chorus Glorifying the American girl-and that rare, dynamic personality the "BROADWAY LADY." (Print Ad-Owosso Argus-Press, ((Owosso, Mich.)) 11 February 1926)
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In publicity material, the film is called "A BROADWAY LADY." See more