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Rated NR · 65 minutes · 1933

Comedy drama
The highly motivated owner of a car company, Alison Drake (Ruth Chatterton), puts up a businesslike facade, but she frequently cuts loose by casually dating men both in her employ and otherwise. When she tires of spending time with opportunistic guys, however, she happens to meet Jim Thorne (George Brent), one of her own engineers, and is smitten. While Jim initially turns away Alison's advances, he eventually falls for her, but can their burgeoning romance work in the long run?
Director: Michael Curtiz, William Dieterle and William A. Wellman
Writer: Donald Clarke, Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola
Producer: Robert Presnell Sr.
Cast: Ruth Chatterton, George Brent, Ruth Donnelly, Philip Reed, Johnny Mack Brown, Lois Wilson, Gavin Gordon, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Rafaela Ottiano, Kenneth Thomson, Douglas Dumbrille, Walter Walker, Charles Wilson, Edward Cooper, Spencer Charters and Robert Warwick

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