Joyce plays a young socialite who is constantly a newspaper item because of her glamorous doings. Her youthful zeal gets her involved with a Communist rally. This makes the headlines and brings a public spanking from a waiter (Murphy). The girl's uncle (Ruggles), a soup tycoon, is
pleased with this turn of events and offers Murphy a job as company vice-president. Murphy proves to be a company asset and manages to wrest Joyce from her scandalous behavior. The plot is fairly insipid with a script to match. The Communists are portrayed as buffoons--the only really interesting
part of the film. Otherwise it is flat and humorless with a slow pacing that kills any hope o...