Pretty Bobby Halevy loves Rims Rosson, a dreamer and inventor without much going for him. Rims has a scheme of going to Manila to turn hemp into silk and become rich. But when one of her family talks Bobby into tricking Rims into marriage, the real world comes crashing down on the couple.
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Young, Married, Poor...and Proud of it!
Did You Know?
When Roscoe Karns says, "Okay, Simon!" to his wife's nagging, the reference is to Simon Legree, the slave owner in "Uncle Tom's Cabin" whose name is a byword for harshness. See more
The credits of this film say "Based on the Pulitzer Prize play by Maxwell Anderson." However, the play did not win the Pulitzer Prize. See more
Two can live as cheap as one... if one don't eat!
Version of Saturday's Children
Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Jack Scholl See more