When her rich oilman father is killed, Bingo, raised in the wilds of South America, inherits the company. Her guardians Ben and Howard send her to New York for civilizing but on the way she...
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When her rich oilman father is killed, Bingo, raised in the wilds of South America, inherits the company. Her guardians Ben and Howard send her to New York for civilizing but on the way she meets Andy, wonderful in every way but wealth. He can't live off her money, he says, as he turns to Marjory. Uncivilized Bingo, who hits anyone she disagrees with, shoots Andy in the arm. Now it's okay for him to marry her. Written by
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The funniest parts in this movie are 1) Joan Crawfords painfully obvious underarm SWEAT STAINS!!!!!I mean obvious...this movie was apparently done before Joan's unpublicized sweat gland operations(just kidding)...... 2)The scene where Robert Montgomery has a boxing match in the living room during a party. He looks absolutely juvenile in his little tank top and his childlike rabbit punches. He was, of course, a married man by this, albeit a puny one. He obviously didn't possess a home gym. I recommend this movie.... Great example of an early talkie. Crawford was one of the few silent stars to make the transition to talkies and thrived. Montgomery was one of those actors recruited after the change from silents. Men who could speak while they gnawed at the scenery.......
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