Madge Bellamy plays Suzanne, a woman whose trust is destroyed when her Count fiance (Theodore von Eltz) breaks their engagement, only to give her ring to another woman (Natalie Moorhead). Shattered, she becomes a "gigolette" and with the help of her friends (Gilbert Roland and Molly O'Day) is determined to get back her ring - and get revenge on the Count.
This is an Equitable Production and it shows; the sets are below-par, the costumes awful (Madge Bellamy's dresses didn't even fit), and the background music used in the club scenes is insufferably repetitive.
The film itself is marred by Madge Bellamy's poor performance. I hate to say it but - at least in this picture - she was a really bad actress. Gilbert Roland and Natalie Moorhead were good, but the former looked incredibly old and tired. How can this be the same man who made Call Her Savage just a year before? (They wanted us to believe he was 26!)
Every film has its bright spot, and for me it was Molly O'Day. Salty and sweet, she reminded me of Marie Prevost in Three Wise Girls. And what an interesting face! She injected some much-needed comedy and for her I am grateful.