Joe is a reporter who is looking for his big break and he gets it when he takes over George Gorman's sports column. Marty is a hood who would fix any sporting event he could and Joe keeps the pressure of the paper on him. His wife Maxine, however, wants only the finer things in life and when Joe is on the road, she becomes Marty's Gal. That and the money that she owes Marty ends Joe's career as a New York Register columnist and starts his new career as a drunk. But Connie, who has had a crush on Joe for years, will try to make him the reporter he once was.
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Did You Know?
The $1500 Maxine spends on the new apartment is the equivalent of over $26,000 in 2016. The $5400 she racks up in IOUs would be the equivalent of almost $94,000 in 2016. See more
Featured in Breakdowns of 1936
Sweet and Slow
Music by Harry Warren
Played as dance music at a nightclub See more