Approved | | Drama, Romance
A young woman from a family of prostitutes falls in love with a hard-working man, but when he finds out the truth about her background, their romance becomes jeopardized.
This film made a profit of $110,000 ($1.9M in 2016) for RKO according to studio records.
Honeybell! Wherever did you learn them dreadful words?
Honeybell: I heard Granny say it.
Mamie Adams: Well, it ain't refined.
When the "Portugee" (Portuguese) girl steps out of the cantina to call Ed back inside, she threatens to cut his ears off in Spanish, not Portuguese.
Shown during opening credits: We live, not as we wish to, but as we can. --Menander, 300 BC
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