1929. A pretty young girl from a small town in Mississippi has left home to marry a snobbish man from West Orange, New Jersey, even though she doesn't really love him. At a speakeasy one night they have a falling out. Suddenly she finds herself approached by a suave Italian opera singer whose intentions, he admits, are strictly dishonorable. The two of them repair to his room, where he makes love to her, and dresses her in a pair of pajamas. By now they are both deeply in love; and he, much to her disgust, has a change of heart and decides to sleep someplace else. The next morning the snobbish fiance gets exactly the brush-off he deserves; and the girl and the opera singer, aided by a paternal judge, confess their love for each other and lay plans for their wedding.