James F. Fulton is the pugnacious hero who must save Ruth Clifford from Robert McKim’s slick villain. Features popular dancer Sally Long in a supporting role.
Two fisted gent Gerald Kenworth has come from a rough lumber town to the city and is new to the fortune left by his late father and seeking the thrill of the big city's nightlife he heads out to a speakeasy. Gerald gets more then thrills when he comes to the aid of society girl, Andrea Wainwright, who is being menaced by the lascivious Hal Walker. However escaping the speakeasy doesn't end the danger because Hal Walker holds a grudge aims to get even.
49 minutes with a music score by Jack Hardy
Director: Harry Revier
James F. Fulton ... Gerald Kenworth
Ruth Clifford ... Adrean Wainwright
Robert McKim ... Hal Walker
Gloria Grey ... Mystery Girl
Sally Long ... Marie St. Claire
Lee Moran ... Lester, the Valet
Raymond Wells ... Jack Newman
Harold Austin ... Jimmy, the Chauffeur
Max Wagner ... A Hood