Peggy Parrish; Mr. Parrish; Eric Brady; Larry Fields
Peggy travels with her father’s small carnival, and is courted by trapeze artist Eric. At one stop, she falls in love with local resident Larry and vows to marry him. Jealous Eric sets the carnival on fire and Larry rescues Peggy’s father from the flames. Larry will join the carnival, as Peggy’s husband.
Sociology student Carol takes a summer job in a fish cannery to research the lives of the workers. She hides her identity and romances Tod, trading “kisses for information” about his life and work. He’s angry when she confesses the truth, but Carol then discovers she really does love him. She apologises and they reconcile.
Hal bets his ad agency partner Bret that he can convince hostile secretary Judy to marry him, even though Hal feels marriage is for insecure people only. Hal and Judy are stranded together on an island during a boat trip and eventually fall in love. Hal changes his mind about marriage.
Thelma Minton; Steve Rodman; Mr. Willoughby; Mr. Warren; Ronald Tibbett
Air hostess Thelma dates pilot Steve, a “thick-headed stickler for the rules” while in the air. They fall in love and Steve insists they not fly together any more. Thelma breaks up with him and goes out with wealthy passenger Ronald. Steve takes over as pilot on a flight and puts the plane into a dive, exposing Ronald as a coward. Thelma and Steve make up.