A poor seamstress girl sours on her engagement to a grocery deliveryman after seeing her sister's abusive marriage. Trying to help her sister pay for a divorce lawyer, she turns to a rich playboy she met at work.
Don't Call her a BAD GIRL! (Print Ad- The Sun, ((New York, NY)) 24 December 1931)
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The next time I come into this shop, after Saturday, it'll be as a customer.
You don't tell me?
Oh, I do, my dear. My career. Sal's got me a job in the "Scandal".
You would get a break.
Oh, the boyfriend's got influence. I've got five lines in the first act. Well, that is if the cops don't take three of them out.