In prohibition-era Manhattan, shopkeeper Mary Brown loses Aubrey, her childhood sweetheart, when he marries a rich woman. Reporter Steve "Rollo" Porter has lost -his- childhood sweetheart, Elaine, who has also married another. Mary and Steve become friends, and make a marriage of convenience, based on a shared sense of whimsical humor as well as their mutual losses. When their old loves re-enter their lives a few years later, Mary and Steve must decide what is really important to them.
The Girl Who Married To Get Away from Love! (Print Ad- Daily Argus, ((Mount Vernon, NY)) 3 December 1931)
Did You Know?
The $50 Mary and Steve spend to spontaneously buy the puppy at the dog show would be equal to $782 in 2015. See more
After Mary and Steve's wedding, as the camera is following them to their taxi, crew and equipment, including a stepladder, can be seen reflected in the limo's left rear window which is partially rolled down. And, as is the case in many films, the limo's polished finish has been dulled to matte to prevent reflections. See more
References A Woman of Experience
Waltz #15 in A flat major: 'Lullaby', Op.39
Music by Johannes Brahms
Played during opening credits and at fadeout See more