William Wyler’s romantic comedy about a dancer who falls in love with a rich young man (despite his family’s objections) — one of the earliest movies to use sound — stars Laura LaPlante, Neil Hamilton and Norman Trever.
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Once you get used to the film going from silent to talkie, then everything feels fine. The dialogue and performances of some of the actors isn't great but its passable. And there are some excellent performances in the film especially the lead, Laura La Plante. I liked the strange turns in the film. Not for everyone but if you go with it, you'll have a lot of fun and laugh quite a bit. Good early Wyler.