Bill Taylor, World War I flying ace is a hot-shot barnstormer, with his kid-brother, Jimmy, as one of his crew members. Jimmy falls in love with a nightclub singer, Pat Riley, and his older-brother thinks that Jimmy may be involved with a hard-bitten floozy and decides to check her out for himself. What he finds is a sweet and home-loving daughter working to provide for her sweet-and-loving mother. He falls for her, and this upsets the younger brother no end.
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This film's earliest documented telecast took place in New York City Sunday 30 April 1950 on WPIX (Channel 11). See more
If I Had My Way
Music by George Green
Lyrics by George Waggner
Performed by Marie Prevost
Copyright 1929 Ager, Yellen and Bornstein See more