Dance, Fools, Dance
After the death of her father and loss of the family fortune, Bonnie gets a job as a cub reporter while her brother becomes involved in bootlegging.
After her father Stanley Jordan loses his wealth in market, Bonnie goes to work as a cub reporter. Her brother Rodney is the wheel man in a gangland massacre. Bert, a reporter on Bonnie's paper, is murdered while investigating. Bonnie gets to know gang leader Jake Luva and learns how the gang works and that her brother is involved. By the time it's over her wealthy friend Bob sees how wonderful she is and falls in love with her for good.
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Bonnie Jordan is a spoiled heiress with a liberated attitude toward sex, which includes rich playboy Bob, her current boyfriend. However, when the stock market crash wipes out her father's fortune, she and her indolent brother Rodney are left to their own devices. An ambitious and spunky Bonnie aspires to a journalistic career and is mentored as a novice reporter by veteran newsman Bert Scranton while her weakling brother becomes involved with the notorious Jake Luva Gang. Utilizing poor judgment he unwittingly becomes the wheelman in a St. Valentine's-type massacre of rival gangsters. Bonnie becomes romantically involved with the amorous Luva when she infiltrates the mob by posing as dancer in his nightclub. There she learns that Rodney has been bullied into being an accessory to Bert Scranton's murder. The situation becomes even more complicated when Bob reenters her life with an offer of renewed romance and a nightclub of her own to perform in, an offer she must refuse or risk exposure.
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