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A chorus girl gets bad advice from her fellow chorines in handling a rich suitor who assumes she is a gold-digger. But she assumes he is after "one thing" and is holding out for marriage. After meeting his mother, she learns that her beau is engaged to a society girl. He loses his money and they drift apart. But after making a new fortune, he comes to the theater.Written by
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In the beach scene, which begins Reel #3 @ 0:18:40, the opening shot begins with the clapper boy crossing the set with clapper in hand, obviously a modern day printing error in the version presently in circulation which 1930 audiences would not have witnessed. See more »
I've never seen a Marion Davies movie before.
I had heard of her of course. Shacking up with that creep Hearst is skin crawling. She went for the money I guess.
But that aside, she was an excellent comedian actress.
I was completely surprised when watching this film that Davies totally takes over your attention. Everyone in this film is a good actor but she lights up the screen in every scene she's in.
Her timing is flawless and her performance seems effortless.
I had read that at social gatherings she was the life of the party and that Hearst couldn't take his eyes off of her.
This movie kind of illustrates that.
I like to pick out the flaws of actors and movies because Hollywood is so self absorbed.
But Davies was something else in this film.
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