A young couple marries in secret. Judy's afraid her parents won't approve of Dick and she'll lose her generous allowance. Her parents bring her home from the city where she's been studying art and encourage the attentions of Tom, a persistent suitor. Judy and her jealous husband have an argument that leads her back to the city, a drunken, amorous Tom, and tragedy.
LASHING DRAMA OF HELL-BENT YOUTH (Print ad-Lewiston Evening Journal,((Lewiston, Me.)) 24 October 1929)
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Dick says he makes $45 per week, but Judy doesn't think that's enough to get married on. That amount would equate to almost $624 per week in 2015. See more
Gee, I'll have to work overtime when I start buying you those pretty doodads.
After the Clouds Roll By
Music by Oscar Levant
Lyrics by Sidney Clare
Sung by Ann Greenway
Variations played as part of the score See more