In the 1920s, enterprising Louise Randall is determined to succeed in a man's world. She enrolls at business college but her plans for a career change when she falls in love with handsome Rodney Crane. Although the two have little in common and Rodney disagrees with Louise's views on the woman's role in society, they marry and have four children. Their personality differences eventually lead to a divorce. Louise eventually finds happiness with her second husband, eccentric Harold Pierson.
Did You Know?
Warner Bros. bought the rights to Louise Randall Pierson's story for $35,000 in 1943 ($514,000 in 2018). See more
The young children toss a fuzzy duckling into the air and happily "watch" it as it supposedly flies up in the air. But ducklings have no feathers and cannot fly. See more
Harold C. Pierson
Your husband? I'm sure he would be... when he sees the fine new shoe polishing attachment we have... not only this, but the moth sprayer... the upholstery, ah... thing, the ahh... cravostat and the... ah... flaggel.
The Sidewalks of New York
Music by Charles Lawlor
Played during the shot of the bridge during the Depression montage See more