The fascinating Grace Herbert has many years' experience as a professional gold-digger. Her finances at a low ebb, she finds her mature beauty less effective than of yore, and takes on impoverished 19-year-old Ellen Daley as an apprentice: "between your youth and my spirit, we can do it." The initially reluctant Ellen soon gets the hang of it. But after the cowboy she falls for proves to be a wealthy rancher, she feels an odd reluctance to mix business with pleasure... Written by
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You know, Josie, it's a funny thing about men. At 16, they're crazy about girls of 19. At 25, they want girls their own age. At 30, they'll settle for a girl of 25. And at 40, they're right straight back where they started: chasing the 19-year-olds. What's a gal to do when she's past 30?
Sonata No.14 in C#-, Op.27 No.2 (Moonlight Sonata)
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
Excerpt played on piano by Kay Francis
Reprised on piano by Mildred Coles See more