Passed | | Drama
A carnival magician deserts his wife when he finds out she's pregnant. She then marries the carnival's barker, but finds herself attracted to a young engineer.
Warner Bros. tried to re-release the movie in 1936, but the Production Code office refused to award an approval certificate.
David 'Dave' Dixon:
Ain't you cold up there Queenie? Oh! Me, Big Corn on the Cob, bring 'em pale face - firewater. Go ahead, Queen. Keep 'em from catchin' a cold. You got frost on your hat now. Come on, come on. It'll do you good.
When Lilly and Bob are in the truck, during the night at about 45 minutes into the film, David comes up from the bank and offers her a drink from his bottle. In one shot the label is facing her, in the next shot the label is facing away from her as Dave tried to hand her the bottle. When she drinks from the bottle, the label is facing away from her, but in the next shot as she finishes, the label is not visible. She goes to drink again and the label is visible once more.