Face in the Sky (1933)
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Sign painters Joe and Lucky travel around New England looking for jobs. After Joe uses Madge as a model, she hides in their wagon. The painters are about to be charged with kidnapping until she promises to marry Joe. In New York he attempts to paint a huge sign that has stopped others before him.
The romantic story of two dreamers; Joe Buck, a highly confident signboard artist who dreams of marrying a high-society heiress someday, and her face will be like the face on the billboards that sells beauty creams; and Madge, a young girl working on a New England farm who dreams only of having a home and happiness. When her prospective bridegroom, son of the farm-owner, shows signs of not being the man-in-her-dreams, she decides to search elsewhere and hides in Joe Buck's equipment wagon and neither Joe nor his partner, Lucky, knows she is there, although Joe became rather smitten with her when she posed earlier as the model for one of his out-door billboards. When discovered, she and Joe are moving right along down the romance road but, alas, Farmer Brown and son show up, toss around charges of kidnapping, and take Madge back to the farm. But the ever-turning wheel-of-fate still has a few more turns to take.
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