|Directed by||David Burton|
|Written by||Edith Fitzgerald
|Running time||71 minutes|
Rodney Deane (Gene Raymond) is a rich playboy who falls in love with nightclub worker Abby Fane (Carole Lombard). Abby wants him to get a job, so he begins working for his father (Donald Cook). She later finds out that he is not taking the work seriously and stills spends his days at the racetrack, so she leaves him. Rodney then changes his name and gets a real job. They are reuinted by Abby's boss.
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