Sought by the New Orleans police for accidentally killing the man who raped her and forced her into prostitution, a woman flees New Orleans for a Caribbean island. Surrounded by lecherous criminals, she awaits the return of her fiancé and seems to be holding her own until the treachery of the local police chief leaves her but one choice to gain her freedom.
Lost in a land of forgotten men- Hell lower than that from which she fled. (Print Ad- Lockport Union-Sun and Journal, ((Lockport NY)) 1 February 1932)
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Did You Know?
According to a contemporary article in Film Daily, Michael Curtiz
was announced as the director for this film. See more
While Carl is away, Gilda supposedly plays over 3400 games of solitaire in two weeks. Assuming an average of five minutes per game, this would require her to play at least 16 hours every single day. See more
Gilda Carlson - aka Gilda Erickson
I aint got so many friends that I'm forgetting ANY of them.
The title card shows burning flames covering the letters of the title. See more
Remade as Men in Exile
The Darktown Strutters' Ball
Music by Shelton Brooks
Played when Gilda arrives at the Claybridge Apartments
Played briefly on piano by Dorothy Mackaill See more