Chorus girl Patsy Shaw crashes a high-society party, meets playboy Charlie Breen, they fall in love, and are on their merry way to wedded bliss. However, Charlie's snobbish, ever-loving ... See full summary »

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Charles Winninger ...
Jonesie
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Mrs. Breene
Alexander Kirkland ...
Charlie Breene
Robert Benchley ...
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Lester Trout
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Gloria
Olive Olson ...
Ruth (as Olive Olsen)
John Miltern ...
Mr. Breene
Hilda Howe ...
Party Guest (as Hilda Hayward Howe)
Roberta Robinson ...
Kay
Hans Hansen ...
Chris
Edward Garvie ...
Albert Wiggins
Ramona ...
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Jacques Fray ...
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Chorus girl Patsy Shaw crashes a high-society party, meets playboy Charlie Breen, they fall in love, and are on their merry way to wedded bliss. However, Charlie's snobbish, ever-loving mama doesn't think that Patsy is worthy and sets out to prove it. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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She knocked the "high" hat off society! (original poster)

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I Didn't Want To Love You
Words by Ned Washington
Music by Con Conrad
Copyright 1933 by Harms, Inc.
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Chorus girl falls for rich guy.
28 March 2003 | by (Culpeper, Virginia) – See all my reviews

This film starts out with a great meet-cute, wherein chorus girl Patsy Shaw (Colleen Moore) crashes a society bash and steals the necktie of wealthy Charlie Breene, thereby winning first prize at Robert Benchly's party across the street. Romance ensues, Charlie's mother (Pauline Frederick) tries to break it up, love prevails. Not great, but Colleen Moore gets to sing and dance a little.


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