Marie Downey (Patsy Ruth Miller), a trusting country girl falls in love with a touring stage-actor, Clifford Dudley (Clive Brook),and becomes a chorus girl as he becomes a matinée idol on old Broadway.
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John Wyncote's father dies, leaving him a bankrupt business. He instructs the family attorney, Thorden, to sell the business and all of his father's other interests. One of the now bankrupt... See full summary »
Mary Smith ( Louise Fazenda ), a waitress on a lunch wagon concession, loves "Terrible Bill," McGovern ( William Demarest ) the conductor, who courts Yvonne ( Myrna Loy ), a notorious gold digger. Clyde Jones ( Clyde Cook ), the motorman on the lunch wagon, loves Mary but is too shy to approach her. Bill becomes interested in Mary when she is awarded $1,000 damages from an automobile accident. Hoping to take the money and run, Bill tries to elope with Mary on a streetcar. He is prevented from accomplishing his end by Clyde, who overtakes Bill and brings the wildly careening streetcar under control.
This 1928 comedy was produced by Warner Brothers Pictures and starred silent film comedienne, Louise Fazenda, also featuring a young Myrna Loy and William Demarest. It was a silent, with synchronized music and sound effects, and sadly now remains a lost film.
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