Mae Murray and Francis X. Bushman came to dislike each other so much while working on this film that, in the late 1950's, they were spotted continuing to avoid each other at an industry function. See more »
Cute film, typical of the time period. Gaby, a dancer and sometime thief working in a Montmartre café, meets Grover, an American millionaire who is doing research on French crime. He arranges to interview Gaby for his study, and, after several discussions, they fall in love. A wedding date is set, but Antoine, Gaby's former partner in both dancing and crime, forces her to steal a valuable necklace from Grover by threatening to kill him if she doesn't. Antoine is arrested by the prefect of police, and Grover, realizing that Gaby stole the necklace to protect his life, continues with the preparations for the wedding.
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