When gambler Candy Johnson comes to the small-town Yellow Creek he has set his mind on the narrow path to live an honest life. He falls in love with young Elizabeth Cotton and with the money he won at gambling he opens up a saloon. Written by
A good cast makes the best of the standard melodrama they've been pushed into. Turner's in love with rascal Gable, who can't resist her charms either (possibly for no other reason that they're the biggest stars in the movie). Trevor is his slighted lover, who seems to take it all in a spirit of know-how. Given Morgan's corruption in the first part of the film, the actor can't make his second half conversion seem plausible despite his skills. Some fun moments, but largely forgettable MGM product.
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