Mary Fairchild elopes with Dick Mercer and it doesn't take long for Mary to realize she has made a mistake. Her wealthy husband, of short duration, locks her in their apartment to keep her from running away, but a group of gangsters, searching for money manage to enter. She escapes, changes her name and goes to work as a maid for George Blaine, who is also wealthy and single. But the gangsters, thinking she knows where the money is, are on her trail, and a couple of them appear in the mood to frisk her again. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
An All-Talking Dramatic Smash! (original poster)
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George Edward Blaine
[Reading Mary's monogram
M.G... M for Sally, G for Fairchild.
Lovable and Sweet
Music by Oscar Levant
(originally for Street Girl
Played during opening credits by Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra See more