starring Corinne Griffith and Charles Ray
February, 1928

This picture does not do Corinne Griffith justice. It hovers between drama and comedy without being either. A young girl meets the proverbial temptations of a cabaret singer; avoids them through the assistance of the wardrobe woman and goes with her benefactor to Monte Carlo. A wealthy young man enters. You can guess the rest. The star makes the most of her opportunities, as does Charles Ray, who seems miscast as the young hero.

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