The story of Mildred Hawker (Corrine Griffith), the victim of a messy divorce and the custody of her daughter, as she decline into the world of jazzy nightclubs where she takes the job of a singer, turn into a gold-digger and is later arrested for vagrancy.
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Broadway "Lillies," parasites of life and love. A dozen show girls, auctioning their beauty to the highest bidder. And one "lily" who wouldn't sell, because a "motherless" child wouldn't let her. (Print Ad- Sheffield Observer, ((Sheffield, Penna.)) 5 June 1930)
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Considered a lost film, except for some of the soundtrack discs plus 40 seconds of modern-ballet footage reused in the 1932 comedy "The Tenderfoot." See more
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I'd Like to Be a Gypsy
Music by Michael Cleary
Lyrics by Ned Washington See more