De Carlo plays an unscrupulous New Orleans saloon girl who takes advantage of Hudson's admiration to make off with his earnings as a sea captain. Further opportunities arise when a wealthy widow dies in the saloon where De Carlo works. De Carlo poses as the rich woman, traveling with the
widow's baby to San Francisco to take over the woman's estate. Sharp cookie that De Carlo is, she quickly gains a prominent position in San Francisco society, but not without arguments with the family of the widow's husband. De Carlo has a change of heart when Hudson sails into port. She gives up
her riches and assumed identity to be with the man she really loves. An overly talky s...