- Director: Adele Bertei
- Writer: Adele Bertei
- Producer: Adele Bertei; Natalie G. Hill
The cinematography is good.
The Trampette's drunken Mother suggests she pawn her trumpet to pay the rent or they will be evicted. On her way to the pawn shop, the Trampette hooks up with a street band, picks the pocket of a music business Big Shot and falls in love with a Waif. They are both penniless and homeless, so the Trampette disguises herself as the worst criminal in the land and goes on a crime spree. Her conscience gets the better of her. When the Waif leaves her for the Big Shot, the Trampette realizes that music will always be her most true and faithful love.