This is the story of a woman who kicks out her no-good second husband after he wastes all her money. Since gambling and drink had taken all her money, she decides to use the money from a windfall to open an illegal after hours night club and gambling parlor, in order to provide her two daughters with a high society education. Eventually she gets caught, and the daughters take over the night club and legitimize it. But the daughters have conflicts, and the no-good husband shows up to complicate matters. Written by
Robert Tonsing <email@example.com>
The sensational story of a daughter who suffered for her Mother's sins! (original ad)
Did You Know?
This film had its U. S. television premiere as part of the Associated Artists Productions (AAP) Warner Bros. film package in 1956; it was more recently shown on Turner Classic Movies on 17 September 2007 during TCM's festival of films made by Warner Brothers at Teddington Studios in the UK. See more
The film begins in 1920, then advances to 1925, but during this time, all of the women's hairstyles and clothes, and the orchestra music played in the first night club, are strictly in the 1932 mode. See more
Was That the Human Thing to Do?
Music by Sammy Fain
Lyrics by Joe Young
Performed by Billy Gerhardi
and his Orchestra
Sung by Margot Grahame See more