Passed | | Comedy, Romance
A young heiress runs away from her overprotective grandfather. Penniless on the streets of New York, she manages to find employment, but a reporter knows her true identity.
According to a New York Times article on 16 October 1938, the Citizen's Chiropractic Committee of New York State sued the film producers, authors and Alan Mowbray for $100,000 claiming damages to the profession. One doctor was very upset that the film implied it was possible to go through a chiropractic school through a correspondence course. The outcome of the suit is not known.
Pennypepper E. Pennypepper.
Peggy O'Brien: Uh huh.
Joan Butterfield: What's the E. for ?
Peggy O'Brien: I don't know... just to break up the monotony, I guess.
The closing "The End" title is spelled out with seashells on a beach (white seashells for "The" and black ones for "End").