Managing Editor Brad Bradshaw refuses to run a story linking the disappearance of Frank Canfield with embezzlement of the bank. He considers Frank a straight shooter and he goes easy on the story. Every other paper goes with the story that Frank took the money and Brad is demoted, by the publisher, to the Heartthrob column - writing advice to the lovelorn. After feeling sorry for himself for two months, he takes the column seriously and makes it the talk of the town. But Brad still wants his old job back so he will have to find Canfield and the missing money.
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PAUL MUNI Lets his genius run wild- shows how great an actor can really be...in "Hi, Nellie" (Print Ad- Leader-Post, ((Regina, Sask.)) 31 March 1934)
Did You Know?
Famed columnist Sidney Skolsky
has a brief scene emerging from a telephone booth and conversing with 'Ned Sparks', who calls him "Skolsky". See more
At the Merry-Go-Round club, Leo removes Sheldon's hat. But, in the next long shot with Brad and Shammy looking on, Sheldon's hat is back on. Plus, he's slumped over and his face is not visible, so Shammy couldn't identify him. In the next shot, Leo has Sheldon's hat in his hand again. See more
References Dinner at Eight
Puddin' Head Jones
Music by Lou Handman
Played at the Merry Go Round Club when O'Connell says hello to Bradshaw See more