Approved | | Comedy, Romance
Feeling unwanted by his wife and children, a wealthy industrialist hires an unemployed young woman to pose as his mistress.
The original ending of the movie just had Mary Grey leaving the Borden House, walking down Fifth Avenue, but the sneak preview audience complained at what it considered an unhappy ending. So the ending was changed to its current form, which essentially made it more palatable.
Hobo in Park:
Hey, how about a dime for a cup of coffee, lady?
When Mrs. Borden walks toward her daughter after consulting with Dr. Kessler; the daughter has her arms in front of her with the hands interlocked. But on the following cut, the arms are now behind her with the hands interlocked.
The opening credits are on street-sign like sign boards attached to the street light posts in New York City.
Take a look at your favorite stars from the 1990s and how they've changed in the last three decades.