Virginia Radcliff, a remarkably unspoiled but naive rich-kid, finds herself at a swank girls' school where everything appears prim and proper, but the motto is essentially "Don't Get Caught." On a surreptitious field trip to the city (engineered by "Pony"), Virginia meets Ralph, a struggling lower/middle-class med student who delivers room service at a hotel at night. They fall in love, much to the outrage of the school's headmistress (Beulah Bondi) and the embarrassment of her otherwise indifferent mother.
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THEY LEARNED ABOUT LOVE ON WEEK-ENDS! (Print ad- Cortland Standard, ((Cortland NY)) 5 June 1934)
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The date written on Virginia's application form at the beginning of the film is September 11, 1933. See more
Would you loan me one of your brassieres?
Well you see, I haven't got one and I thought seeing as it's Christmas and everything, and I'm going on a house party and, well, when the maid unpacks my bag and finds I haven't got one, how do you think I'm going to feel?
It's like putting a saddle on a pekingese but here it is.
Opening credits: Listed as the last of the cast credits is And the Snob Played by CROCKETT HALL See more
Music by Franz Xaver Gruber
Lyrics by Joseph Mohr
Played by church bells on Christmas Eve See more