From "the stage that made country music famous", this made-for-cinema concert event provides a front row seat to performances from five top artists of contemporary American music plus a virtual VIP backstage pass.
The Band Perry,
Bruce Armstrong (MacDonald) is quite wealthy. He is also a drinker, a gambler, and pretty much worthless as a human being. For some reason, Marilyn Merrill (Bow), a successful dancer, ... See full summary »
Harry O. Hoyt
Street people Armand and Marie are madly in love, and she persuades Armand and other gang members to rob the home of Pierre Marcel, a wealthy scientist. The police break up the robbery but ... See full summary »
Marion Taylor is secretary to Edward Mallory, a wealth Wall Street businessman. She supports her invalid brother Tommy, who has been told by his doctors that he has to go to the mountains ... See full summary »
I would like to see this film reproduced with the original script.
I am 77 years old. I saw this film as a young girl and still remember scenes from the film. It surely impressed me. I especially remember the young man at the hospital and his decision to leave and as he walked along the highway. I also remember him as he approached the bee keepers home and what happened after. It was the whole story, though, which I enjoyed. I understand that another movie was made with this title. I have not seen the movie, but the hero in that movie, I understand, is a disappointed artist. I liked this one because my heart went out to the soldier. My brother-in-law was injured in WWII and had a difficult time with the treatment available to him from the Army after his discharge. I think that a statement regarding the treatment of veterans is important, though, of course, it has improved since the 1920's. I wonder if the veterans of today get a more thoughtful treatment. It might be good as a preliminary opening to view the current treatment available to veterans, whether it is good treatment or not.
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