Big time bookie Mitch Mitchell might be the hardest and most unfeeling man in New York City but kind-hearted Pinky believes there is some good in the man. Aided by his son, Andy, and the Boy Scouts, she sets out to soften Mitch's heart.
Pinky and Pat Garrison go to a roadhouse on the edge of town to check out a hot trumpet player named Joe Peabody. According to Pat, Peabody plays the same style as a man named Buddy Benedict who was supposedly bumped off by the Chicago mob.
Pinky hits the big time when she's booked to sing at the Palace Theatre. While waiting backstage for the Pinkster to go on, Pat Garrison notices escape artist Alonzo the Great making lusty eyes at a dancer. This could mean trouble because Alonzo has a jealous wife on the premises somewhere.moreless
Garrison helps a visiting European prince elude his entourage. It seems as though the young royal wants to find out how real Americans live. Trouble ensues when the prince falls for a Brooklyn gal named Susie Morris. It seems as though sweet Susie has a real live gangster for a boyfriend.moreless
Coleen McCullough is killed when she hits her head on a heater during a fight with her boyfriend, bootlegger Jack Bennett. Pinky, who witnessed the whole thing, knows it was an accident, but Bennett isn't taking any chances - he has Pinky kidnaped.
Once again, Pinky is in the wrong place at the wrong time when she witnesses a gangland killing. Duke then comes up with the bright idea to hide the Pinkster on a college campus--dressed as a boy. This one could get really sticky.
A burlesque comic blames a theatre owner for the death of his galpal and decides to get even by getting the owner's daughter a part in a new Broadway play--knowing full well that the man is dead set against his daughter becoming an actress.
Dandy Dan Brady is just out of jail and looking for revenge on the man who framed him--former partner Ben Dorschel. Pinky, an old friend of Brady, gets herself stuck right smack dab in the middle of things.
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.
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--Tim McCool. There's only one problem--Tim is associated with the Mob.
John Dehner joins the series as Jim "Duke" Williams who at first glance appears to be more con man than newsman. He invents a news story out of thin air and than 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 at the racetrack and to cover these losses he decides to sell a percentage of his show to backers. Unfortunately for Farrington, one of these backers is a shady character named Max Winslow.
Duke discovers a foolproof system to play the horses and disseminates this information to the public through his newspaper column. Needless to say, New York's bookies are none too pleased about this situation.
Former World War I doughboy Ace Johnson has come upon hard times so he decided to go into the bootlegging business. When he purchases a hijacked truck from mobster Dutch Miller, Ace finds himself charged with the murder of the original owner of the truck.
Movie studio magnate Max Felix tears press agent Harry Shayne a new one over unfavorable publicity star actress Zelda Valmy has been receiving. Unwilling to go quietly into the unemployment line, Shayne then schemes to destroy Zelda's career once and for all.
West Point cadet Jim Everly breaks curfew on the eve of graduation and winds up at the Charleston Club in search of girlfriend Nancy Ritter. It seems as though Nancy just jilted Jim and he wants to find out the reason. Things then go from awful to good grief for poor Jim when he witnesses a gangland killing.moreless
The underworld begins moving in on the taxicab business and any cabbie who decides to resist becomes a hit-and-run victim. Copy boy Chris Higbee places himself right smack dab in the middle of things when he takes a job as a driver.
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 might be needing some advice himself real soon.
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