A contrived plot with Marshall as an overindulgent senator and Bruce as his contrary girl friend, a radio personality running gossip over the airways. The story focuses upon the Senate pages and one little bounder who is selling government secrets to manipulating stockbrokers who, in turn, clean up in the billions. Marshall takes it upon himself to reform the wayward page, Reynolds. This is achieved when senators oversee a mock trial by the other pages who exonerate Reynolds for treasonable activities, as farfetched a film as desperate Columbia scribes could manufacture. In reality, the page would be bounced onto the street, if not into prison. A thankless role for the expert Marshall, as were those enacted by Morgan, Hinds, and Glaser, the latter being the too saintly major domo of the pages.