Eva Lovelace, would-be actress trying to crash the New York stage, is a wildly optimistic chatterbox full of theatrical mannerisms. Her looks, more than her talent, attract the interest of a paternal actor, a philandering producer, and an earnest playwright. Is she destined for stardom or the "casting couch"? Will she fade after the brief blooming of a "morning glory"? Written by
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She'll give you the heart thrill of your life !
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Did You Know?
Hepburn and Fairbanks performed the balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet" in costume, but it was not used in the picture. See more
Mic shadow on wall as Sheridan drags Eva out of dressing room after star quits play on opening night. See more
Charlie Van Duesen
Approximately 39 minutes into the film, when Van Duesen, Henry Lawrence, and Eva Lovelace are at a party standing near a stairway, Van Duesen says, "The bird of time has but a little way to flutter," which is from Stanza VII of "The Rubaiyat" of Omar Khayyam, as translated by Edward Fitzgerald.