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Director: Edwin L. Marin
Starring: Robert Young, Madge Evans, Otto Kruger, Una Merkel, Ted Healy, George Meeker
Plot: Julie Bell (Evans) is an ex-pat living in Paris. She beings to fall for Pat Wells (Young), a nice guy who doesn’t seem to have much of a future. She thinks she’d be better off marrying Sam Colt (Kruger), a war correspondent. Colt goes off the China to cover a story, and Julie remains in Paris to be a fashion reporter.
Director: Richard Boleslawski
Cast: Robert Montgomery, Madge Evans, Nat Pendelton, Ted Healy, C. Henry Gordon
Plot: Showgirl Letty Morris (Evans) hops a bus to Hollywood to get away from Legs Caffy (Pendleton), a gangster with a crush on her. He follows, however, so she cozies up to Paul Porter (Montgomery), without realizing he’s an escaped fugitive being chased by the cops.