Pat Garrison falls head over heels in love with beautiful Mona Fenton, the daughte of a prominent politician, but she seems to prefer gangster Hank Merriman over him.
Irish immigrant Kitty O'Moyne is so excited about arriving in America that she accidentally does a swan dive into the harbor. She then falls for the Prince Charming who rescued her--mobser Tim McCool.
Jim "Duke" Williams appears to be more con man than newspaper reporter. He invents a news story out of thin air and then attempts to convince an amnesia victim that she's the heiress to a large fortune.
Broadway producer Sheldon Farrington is in a jam. He's been losing money on the horse races and to cover his losses he decides to sell a percentage of his show to backers. But one of these backers is a shady character named Max Winslow and Farrington has sold a total of 115% of his show.
Former World War I doughboy Ace Johnson has come upon hard times so he decides to enter the bootlegging business. When Ace purchases a hijacked truck from a mobster he finds himself charged with the murder of the original owner of the truck.
Out to get a scoop, Pat Garrison moves in with Benny Lester who has been marked for death by the Mob.
Duke Williams goes undercover as a Bowery bum in order to get the goods on a racketeer.
Pinky is in the wrong place at the wrong time once again when she witnesses a gangland killing. Duke Williams then comes up with a none too bright idea to hide the Pinkster on a college campus--disguised as a boy.
Big time bookie Mitch Mitchell might be the hardest and coldest man in New York City but kind-hearted Pinky is out to prove otherwise. Aided by Mitch's young son, Andy, and the Boy Scouts, she sets out to soften the bookie's heart of stone.
Duke Williams discovers a full proof system to play the horses and disseminates this information to the public through his newspaper column. Needless to say, the bookies of New York are none too pleased about this situation.
Colleen McCullough is killed when she falls through a window during a fight with Jack Bennett, her bootlegger boyfriend. Pinky, who witnessed the entire thing, knows that the death was an accident but Bennett is taking no chances--he has the Pinkster kidnapped.
Pinky is at it again. The Pinkster manages to upset New York City's entire political structure in order to show an immigrant newsboy democracy in action. This entire hullabaloo occurs due to the theft of a three cent newspaper.
A burlesque comic, who blames a theatre owner for the death of his galpal, plots revenge by helping the owner's daughter break into show biz knowing full well that he's dead set against the idea.
Copy boy Chris Higbee gets his big newspaper break when he is assigned to temporarily takeover the newspaper's advice to the lovelorn column. Unfortunately for Chris, he soon finds himself needing some advice in the romance department.