Ladies of Leisure (1930)
Jerry Strong is the son of a rich businessman, but wants to be a painter. He hires Kay Arnold, a good girl with a bad past, as a model. They fall in love, and plan to get married. But Jerry's parents raise strong objections.- Written by John Oswalt <email@example.com>
Artist Jerry Strong, tiring of a wild party hosted by his Society fiancee Claire, takes a drive in the country and meets scantily clad Kay Arnold, self-proclaimed "party girl," who has fled a wilder party on a yacht. Jerry sees an embodiment of "hope" in Kay's face, and hires her as a model. Kay initially has gold-digging in mind; when she really falls for Jerry, can noble self-sacrifice be far behind?- Written by Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
An upper-crust artist hires a 'party girl' as a model; romance follows.- Written by Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
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