While Ann and the son of her boss are out on a ship beyond the 12-mile limit, which allows liquor to be consumed, the son, Frank makes unwanted advances towards her. While she is fighting him off, the ship is raided and the passengers herded ashore. Eighteen months later Ann is celebrating her one year anniversary to Lawrence Reagan when her young sister-in-law announces she is in love, and it turns out to be Frank. Ann decides to save her husband's sister from a fate worse than death, and goes to Frank's apartment to prevent an elopement. Lawrence also goes to the apartment that night, and everyone is entangled in a crime of passion. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A drama of sacrifice and supreme love
Did You Know?
A nitrate print of this film with sound discs survive in the UCLA Film and Television Archives See more
Shoot yourself in the head, and if you live, you can become a Waiter.
Remake of The Sign on the Door
I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling
Written by Fats Waller
and Harry Link
First tune played on the boat See more