A young socialite and a rich playboy elope to Atlantic City. However, she soon realizes he's not the man she wants him to be and tries to call off the wedding. A jewelry store robbery, murder and other mayhem are soon involved.
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Did You Know?
This was the final film directed by Donald Crisp
. Although he was a prolific director of silent films, this was the only sound film that he ever directed. From this point onwards, he worked exclusively as an actor until his retirement after the filming of Spencer's Mountain
(1963). See more
When Mary (posing as Sally, the new cook) arrives at Blaine's house in the rain, her coat and hat are almost completely dry. Then, when the butler shows her in to meet Blaine, Mary's hat and coat show considerable areas of wetness. See more
[Blaine has handed Daly his business card; he reads it, sneeringly
"George Edward Blaine, Wall Street"... You know what I think?
George Edward Blaine
I don't think you've got brains enough to think anything!
Lovable and Sweet
Music by Oscar Levant
(originally for Street Girl (1929)
Played during opening credits by Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra See more