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DATE
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Film Daily
13 Jul 1930
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New York Times
12 Jul 1930
p. 16
Variety
16 Jul 1930
p. 29
DETAILS
Release Date:
6 July 1930
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
First National Pictures, Inc.
14 July 1930
LP1421
Physical Properties:
Sound
Vitaphone
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,012
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

While stranded in a tank town with her burlesque troupe, Goldie receives a message from her roommate Lulu, in the city, that her sweetheart, Jimmy, has been arrested. Desperate and penniless, she stows away on a train and bumps into Mack, a city detective, who learns of her plight and pays her fare. It develops that Jimmy has been released through the intercession of cafe owner and racketeer Joe Palmer, who also has given him a job. Mack persuades Goldie to take a dancing job with Palmer so as to secure evidence against him. When she tips off the police about a planned bank robbery, Jimmy is suspected of the betrayal, but Goldie convinces Palmer of his innocence. Later, to save Goldie, Jimmy tells Palmer that he did divulge the information; and as he is about to be pushed from a skyscraper, Goldie brings the police to the ...

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While stranded in a tank town with her burlesque troupe, Goldie receives a message from her roommate Lulu, in the city, that her sweetheart, Jimmy, has been arrested. Desperate and penniless, she stows away on a train and bumps into Mack, a city detective, who learns of her plight and pays her fare. It develops that Jimmy has been released through the intercession of cafe owner and racketeer Joe Palmer, who also has given him a job. Mack persuades Goldie to take a dancing job with Palmer so as to secure evidence against him. When she tips off the police about a planned bank robbery, Jimmy is suspected of the betrayal, but Goldie convinces Palmer of his innocence. Later, to save Goldie, Jimmy tells Palmer that he did divulge the information; and as he is about to be pushed from a skyscraper, Goldie brings the police to the rescue.

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GENRE
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Sub-genre:
Crime


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Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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