Passed | | Drama, Romance
Playboy Bill Carey woos a half-caste beauty in French Indochina, but her second-class legal status makes a formidable barrier.
The American Film Institute Catalog of Feature Films 1931-1940 tells us that this was Hedy Lamarr's last film under her MGM contract; actually, it was her first. AFI also informs us that Mary Taylor was signed to a long term MGM contract as a result of her work in this picture; actually, she would be seen in a total of only four feature films in her entire career, and only one more of them, Blossoms in the Dust (1941) would be made at MGM.
I shall always remember how sweet your lips were and I shall wait for them, patiently.
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