A sexy young manicurist living with her older backwoodsman husband in a small Canadian town finds herself attracted to a young, rich and famous divorce lawyer who comes to town on vacation.
Sinclair Lewis, author of "Babbitt," "Main Street" and other great hits, has told one of his most fascinating stories in this North Woods romance of a New York divorce lawyer and the pretty, alluring manicure-girl wife of a Canadian guide! With Clara Bow as a tantalizing tease of the timberlands! (Print Ad- Sunday Star, ((Washington DC)) 25 July 1926)
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Production began on April 7, 1926, two days after Clara Bow's third Paramount film, The Runaway (1926), was released. See more
In the montage of Joe's trip from Mantrap in Canada to Minneapolis, palm trees can be seen behind some of the houses. See more
Well, that sort of upsets my plans. I'd figured on sendin' her to my aunt in Minneapolis...