Working girl Margie Evans has decided there are two kinds of opportunities for a slum kid during the Depression. Those you make. And those you take. Determined to help her family out of its financial bind, she is ready to do both.
Working girl Margie Evans has decided there are two kinds of opportunities for a slum kid during the Depression. Those you make. And those you take. Determined to help her family out of its financial bind, she is ready to do both after she shows up at the penthouse pool bash of a wealthy playboy. "Why not take off your clothes and stay awhile?" the roue asks her. Marian Marsh, a screen sensation as the lovely obsession of John Barrymore's mesmerizingly sinister maestro in Svengali, reteams with that film's director Archie Mayo to portray Margie in an earnest pre-Code melodrama. Talented Warren William, who like Marsh would see his career peak during the 1930s, portrays the pool-party ladykiller.
A wealthy theatrical producer entices a desperately poor young woman to visit his penthouse. The innocent girl doesn't realize that the lecherous fellow is planning to do much more than have a drink with her. Fortunately, her friend the grocery boy isn't so naive and manages to arrive in the nick of time.
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