Roguish, cynical newsreel cameraman Bill Allen usually has a dame in one hand and a hip flask in the other, yet catches breaking stories and disasters of all sorts on film. When he meets newspaper columnist Jane Mallory, mutual attraction results; but she's too smart to fall for him (or is she?) unless he reforms (but does she really want him to?). Includes exciting stock footage of fire, flood and earthquake.
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
THE GREATEST FIRE SHOTS EVER FILMED and nothing to lose but his life! (Print Ad- Reading Eagle, ((Reading, Penna.)) 5 November 1933)
Did You Know?
In the opening set of credits, Dorothy Burgess
is credited as "Burnett's Girl", but it was changed to "Burnett's Moll" in the end credits. See more
[Bill is having some difficulty trying to light a campfire
That's certainly a swell fire you're whipping up.
It's still young. Give it a chance to grow.
[Bill continues to struggle with the fire
You might give it some of your film. That'd give it life.
How 'bout some pages from your notebook? It needs something dry.