Mary Lou Smith is a hardworking owner of a food wagon. She decides to take her hard earned money and splurge on a vacation where the rich and famous gather for fun. The guests at this beach treat her badly so her reporter friend decides to help with matters.
Colleen as a lunch wagon slavey who goes a hunting a husband. She serves the social set more surprises than a bowl of chop suey! (Print Ad- Hackettstown Gazette, ((Hackettstown, NJ)) 6 April 1928)
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Did You Know?
This film was preceded by T. Bone for Two
(1928) in some theaters during its original theatrical release. See more