Al Roberts writes a gossip column for the Daily Express. He will write about anyone and everyone as long as he gets the credit. He gets into a little difficulty with a hood named Goebel who sends Frankie to talk to Alvin. But Al has the confession of Frankie on cylinders so Frankie becomes his own bodyguard and information line. One person Al is always taking digs at is crooner Bunny Harmon, because he hates crooners. When he writes a story about Dorothy's blessed event, he comes to regret destroying her life. But more importantly to Al and Frankie, her man may end 'Spilling the Dirt' permanently. Written by
Tony Fontana <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Here it is! The scandalous comedy of a scandal columnist who rose FROM A KEYHOLE TO A NATIONAL INSTITUTION
Did You Know?
The photograph that Lee Tracy
shows to Allen Jenkins
as he describes the torments of the electric chair is genuine. It shows Ruth Snyder at the very moment of electrocution in the chair in 1928 and was taken by a reporter with a hidden camera strapped to his ankle. Just as the switch was pulled he crossed his legs and took the shot. See more
Referenced in Week-End Marriage
How Can You Say No (When All the World Is Saying Yes)?
Music by Joseph Burke
Lyrics by Al Dubin
and Irving Kahal
Copyright 1932 by M. Witmark & Sons
Sung by Dick Powell See more