Poster writes a gossip column for the Morning Gazette. He will write about anyone and everyone as long as he gets the credit. He gets most of his information from his gal, Peggy who is a showgirl. When Bill sees Tony stab Angelo Spinelli to death in a speak easy, he puts it front page of the Gazette. But on the night that he goes out with heiress Mildred, he slips the diamond that came from Peggy's finger on Mildred's finger and announces his engagement - while tattling about her friends in his column. This gets him in dutch with Mildred and Peggy. At the same time, the cops cannot find Tony, but Tony is looking for Poster to thank him for the publicity. Written by
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You'll love and hate Mrs. Poster's little boy Will'yum...and walk out of the theater chirping (original ad)
Did You Know?
S. B. Tucker, manager of the Byrd Theater in Richmond, Virginia, concocted a publicity stunt to promote the film there. He hired two black musicians, each with a cloth on his back reading "Is My Face Red?," to entertain at a local gathering. See more
How far out are we?
Just four bottles.