A family loses everything in the crash of 1929 except for their yacht. In order to make money, they rent out the yacht. A couple of guys feel sorry for the young maiden, who has everything except cash, and decide to have Monte Carlo night. They rig the roulette wheel so that the house is the winner. Of course she knows nothing about it.
There is nothing in life that will gladden your soul like seeing a Vander-snoot Shoveling Coal! (original print ad)
See more »
Did You Know?
Retakes in August 1934 reportedly re-shot about 25 percent of the movie. Sam White
directed the retakes while producer Lou Brock
supervised. See more
It'll be a shock to you but I've got to tell you. I love you. It's a crude statement of a beautiful truth. Later on I hope to go into more graceful detail.
There's Nothing Else to Do in Ma-La-Ka-Mo-Ka-Lu
(Onscreen as "Malakamokalu")
Music by Cliff Friend
Lyrics by Sidney D. Mitchell
Played by the natives and sung by an unidentified tenor and chorus
Reprised a cappella by Polly Moran
and natives See more