'Bus' Green works hard at her department but dreams of a better life. She falls hard for fast talking gambler Wally who showers her with gifts. They fight, she tosses him out but learns she's pregnant. Bus leans on her best friend Georgine.
Can 'anybody's girl" be one man's wife? Bachelor girls...playing around! Should they stay Happily UNmarried? (Print Ad- Cortland Standard, ((Cortland, NY)) 3 May 1932)
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Did You Know?
Near the start of the film there are brief glimpses of various store departments. In the plumbing department, Winnie Lightner is in the background perched on a sink. That makes no sense, as it is only later on in the story that her character is reassigned from hardware to plumbing. (One publicity still for the film is a close-up of Winnie on the sink, but there is no such scene in the movie. Probably a sequence involving Winnie in the plumbing department was deleted, but then Warners decided to use that opening shot figuring nobody would notice Winnie in the background.) See more
Hey, your dame wasn't so dumb after all, was she?
Aw, just lucky. Well, all my dames are that way.
This Is My Love Song
Music by Joseph A. Burke
Played when Wally takes Buster onto the dance floor and then to the booth
Played often throughout the picture See more