Passed | | Drama, Romance
A poor woman and a man from an upper-class family fall in love, but his mother will go to any lengths to stop their marriage.
Even the original movie in 1932 had sequences deleted in Columbia's attempt to gain a seal of approval from the Hays office. "Variety" noted in its review of 5 April 1932 that there were sections "that do not blend into the story smoothly, sequences... ...
... How come *you* never annoyed me?
David Livingston: Well, I don't like to compete with the whole college.
Kitty Lane: If I owned this joint I'd bust ya in the nose for that.
David Livingston: Yes, and if I were your brother instead of a customer here, I'd spank you. I'd like to finish this ...
Kitty Lane: ...
When Kitty and David are parked next to the golf course, the windshield on his car is struck with a ball, causing it to crack on Kitty's side. In the next scene where they are parked and his mother and the judge pull abreast of them, the windshield is intact.
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