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.
My heart floats on your smile.
Manon DeVargnes: Your heart is very light.