Passed | | Musical, Romance
The blacksheep son of a wealthy Southern family returns to his family's plantation after he spends five years on the road as a hobo.
Though it's listed elsewhere as a working title only, exhibitors advertised this film, sometimes with studio-produced ad mats, as "The Southerner" (Syracuse (NY) American, 1 March 1931) (Youngstown (Ohio) Daily Vindicator, 2 March 1931) (Milwaukee (Wisc.) Journal, 8 April 1931)
You'd better get out of there before my husband catches you.
Carter Jerome: It's only the last place I should worry about being caught by your husband would be in your bedroom.