The title refers to a New York City boarding house for vaudeville performers, none of whom have any steady work including a divorced dancer, Hal Skelly, who has custody of his young son, Jackie Jordan. Olive Borden, is a nightclub dancer who witnesses a murder and takes refuge in the boarding house. Skelly and Borden fall in love while the former tries to keep his ex-wife from taking custody of their son, and Borden is hoping the killer doesn't catch up to her. Written by
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