Seventy-two hours in the life of Indiana man Bud who inherits money and heads for New York City where his cousin Gibbony introduces him to chorus girl Vida for whom he falls. When a girl is killed by a drunk at a party in his hotel room, Bud is the chief suspect. Written by
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Innocents caught in the maelstrom of the Big City...women who take...men who give...living wildly...loving recklessly...madly searching for new thrills! (Glass advertising slide).
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The girl at the party is reading Radclyffe Hall
's 1928 lesbian novel 'The Well of Loneliness'. See more
Oh, I don't think you got to really know New York.
I wonder. I wonder if I didn't. I was a telegraph operator and a process server. I was a part-time life guard at Rockaway Beach. I worked on the BMT and drove a taxi. I was a rubber in a Turkish bath. Had a job on the day shift in the Hymnbook factory and on the night shift in the bowery flop house. A job they handed me to work out my rent. I drew wages in a hash house and a chink laundry and a pet shop. For a week I sorted stiffs in the morgue...
Referenced in Complicated Women
I'm in Love with a Tune
Written by Ralph Rainger See more