A young author is so overjoyed at selling her first book that she unknowingly signs over all her rights to the greedy publisher. Later, after the book becomes a best-seller, the publisher's nephew (who has fallen in love with her) tries to help her get her rights back.
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A Bluebird Production. Unlike many other major studios, Universal did not own a theater network and devised a 3-tiered branding system to sell its product to independent theater owners: Red Feather (low-budget programmers), Bluebird (mainstream releases) and Jewel (prestige pictures designed to draw higher roadshow ticket prices). This branding system would cease by late 1929. See more