Passed | | Comedy, Drama, Musical
The rise of a showgirl, Gloria Hughes, culminating in a Ziegfeld extravaganza "Glorifying the American Girl".
This is the first talkie movie to utter the word "Damn" uncensored in the Pre-code era. Later movies would use the word "Damn" including "Romeo and Juliet" 1936, "Pygmalion" 1938 and the famous movie "Gone with the Wind" 1939 which received recognition for the using the word "Damn" uncensored.
A black-and-white print currently shown on television (which was cut down to 87 minutes) was made in the 1950s and has a number of sequences cut due to their Pre-Code content (nudity, etc.). The film was restored to the length of 96 minutes, with the original Technicolor sequences, by the UCLA Film and Television Archive.