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When Louanne, star of a Broadway revue, announces her engagement to Emerson Fairchild, a group of reporters come to interview her on the last night of the show. She tells of her childhood on an English farm and how she became a cafe hula dancer in the Kohinoor in Africa, where Wally Dean became her friend and protector, saving her from the attack of Miguel Parada, a Portuguese smuggler. She recalls that while touring with a small-time carnival, Wally protected her from the rubes as he still does. Miguel, recognizing Louanne, comes backstage, and Wally asks his friend Connie Lamont to keep him in the dressing room, where, in a struggle for a gun, Lamont shoots Miguel. The police chief finds Wally and Louanne innocent, and while trying to convince him that Miguel committed suicide to save Connie, Wally admits his love for her. A drunken reporter confirms his story, and no charge is filed. Louanne breaks her engagement to Emerson and is united with Wally.
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