Shopgirl Betty Lou has designs on Cyrus Waltham, the handsome owner of the department store where she works. Waltham, though, doesn't even know Betty Lou is around. In hopes of attracting Waltham's attention, she accepts a date with his best friend, Monty, under the condition that they dine at the Ritz, where Waltham also has a dinner date that evening. Her plan works and in no time at all she and Waltham are contemplating marriage. The romance cools when a newspaper reporter mistakenly writes a story depicting Betty Lou as an unwed mother.
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If a man make yourself immune to silken ankles and swaying hips; if a woman, to six feet of brawn and curly mustaches- but keep your eyes open. Out of every thousand passersby, you may not find a single soul endowed with "IT." (print ad- Douglas Daily Dispatch, ((Douglas, Ariz.)) 8 March 1928)
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Assuming its copyright has not lapsed already, this film and all others produced in 1927 enter the U.S. public domain in 2023. See more
On the yacht, after playing the banjolele, Betty runs out of the frame carrying the instrument; however, in the next scene, she is empty-handed. See more
Look! If I ever saw 'IT', that's 'IT'!
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