Approved | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Chorus girl Eadie is determined to marry a millionaire without sacrificing her virtue.
Cinematographer Harold Rosson was replaced by Ray June.
A lot of guys think they can buy you for a good meal - but, it's all the same thing. I been in spots like this before and I can take care of myself.
T.R. Paige Jr.: Go ahead, honey, and get it off your chest.
Eadie Chapman: You've had everything all your life! You've been all ...
T.R. Paige Jr.: ...
When Eadie is looking over the house with T.R. and T.R. Jr., they enter a dark room with large windows. When T.R. goes to turn on the lights, the light coming in through the windows goes out a couple beats before the room lights come on.