A New York chorus girl is coerced into keeping house for an oil man in South America to pay off a debt. Her boyfriend comes to get her but she finds out that he is only out for the oil man's money.
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A print of this film survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archives. See more
See that man standing over there? He's got a roll that would choke a walrus!
Opening credits are shown on a rotating drum, which slowly rotates upwards. See more
Remade as Panama Lady
Music John Valentine Eppel
Arranged by Frederick Knight Logan
Played by an unidentified pianist See more