During WWI Bill Pettigrew, a naive young Texan soldier is sent to New York for basic training. He meets worldly wise actress Daisy Heath when her car nearly runs him over. Daisy agrees to ... See full summary »
This film was nearing completion when The Jazz Singer (1927) was released, so at the last minute, dialogue was written for Gary Cooper and Nancy Carroll. The last scene was a wedding and the only lines of dialogue spoken in the film are Cooper's, "I do," and Carroll's, "I do." In addition, Carroll is heard singing the theme song. See more »
Cooper falls in love with a girl before being shipped overseas to war. He had only seven lines in the film because it was released as a talkie for commercial reasons. It was the age when silent films were gradually being phased out and replaced by sound pictures.
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