Ann, a young lady of scandalously "advanced" ideas, has been living in near-sin with blueblood lover Dick, due to her conviction that marriage will destroy their love. Finally, social pressure forces them to marry; in due course, it looks as if Ann was right. Her solution: to separate and return to dating. Can this marriage be saved?
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She Wanted Marriage Rights Without Wedding Rites! (Print Ad- New York Evening Post ((New York NY)) 15 January 1931)
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14 February 1931 (USA)
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(Brunswick Radios Used Exclusively)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?
The play that's referred to, "Fifty Million Frenchmen" was a musical comedy written by Cole Porter
and opened on Broadway in 1929. See more
As Dick and Anne are walking out of the kitchen, about five minutes into the film, a moving shadow of the boom microphone is visible on the wall to the left. See more
Richard Ives Sr.
You're not the kind of girl to get away with this sort of thing. Oh, I have no doubt there are many relationships of this kind. But, the successful ones, marry sooner or later. You can't lick the marriage institution.
Music by Harold Arlen
Background music at the Club Lido See more