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|Directed by||Gregory La Cava|
|Written by||Walter DeLeon|
|Based on||For Two Cents|
by George S. Brooks
|Produced by||Ralph Block|
Arthur C. Miller
|Edited by||Doane Harrison|
|Distributed by||Pathé Exchange|
- Robert Armstrong as Steve Banks
- Carole Lombard as Margaret Banks (billed as Carol Lombard)
- Louis Payne as Hensel
- Wade Boteler as O'Neill
- Charles Sellon as Addison
- Sam Hardy as Reno
- Tom Kennedy as Ryan
- Warner Richmond as District Attorney Phelps
- Helen Ainsworth as Vera, society editor
- James Donlan as Deke
- George "Gabby" Hayes as reporter Hoffman
- Vernon Steele as reporter
- Clarence Wilson as coroner
- Colin Chase as Birn
- Robert Dudley as Telegraph editor
Steve Banks (Armstrong) is a hard-drinking newspaper reporter. His wife Margaret (Lombard), a reporter for a rival paper, threatens to divorce him if he doesn't quit the drinking that is compromising his career. Steve pursues a story about drug dealers even when his editor fires him. When the editor is murdered, Steve is accused of the killing.
The film exists in a 16mm reduction print.
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