Kitty Collins and Flo Jenkins, a couple of jazz-age cuties with bobbed-hair and rolled-stockings, go in search of good-times and whoopee-making. The party they find also includes some out-of-town, butter-and-egg millionaires whose definition of whoopee is not the same as the one Kitty and Flo have. The wives of the millionaires also have a different-and-dim view on the matter. Written by
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Tearing the curtain from the drabness of life--and behold--three lovely young things--sweet as sugar and craving fun--with millionaires in a million dollar party.
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This film is believed lost. Please check your attic. See more
Good for Nothin' but Love
Music and Lyrics by William Kernell See more