Back East in a well-to-do enclave of New Jersey, Harry Demetrios, a successful stockbroker, wrestles with approaching middle age and the final decision of his lovely daughter to quit college, leave his house and get a job. His Mediterranean instincts of fierce, protective love for his girl leave him distraught.
Rocco's young stud, Billy, returns from a trip and is noticeably less effective with the women he services. They complain to Rocco that Billy has 'not been kind." He's in love, with a girl he met back East. But the pretty, Greek girl doesn't reciprocate Billy's affection. Rocco orders his men to bring her in. Harry receives word of his daughter's whereabouts, and he flies out to confront Las Vegas.