The ten year marriage of of Caroline Van Dyke and Greg Grannard is falling apart. A young woman, Allison, plots to become his second wife. Caroline's friend, novelist Julian, has long loved her and now sees his chance, but she refuses him and goes to Paris to file for divorce. Julian follows but on hearing that Greg has fallen on financial hardship Caroline returns to help him. Greg tells Caroline that his now-wife Allison is pregnant and Caroline realizes that she loves Julian and to travel to China with him and be married. Allison and Greg have a bitter row in the car, which then smashes into a tree killing Allison and injuring Greg. Caroline tells Julian she will stay with Greg until he is well, but marries Julian in the hospital with a promise to join him as soon as she can.
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Witty, Naughty and Gay . . a spectacular story of how the other half lives - and loves - and lies.
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Did You Know?
Ruth Chatterton and George Brent married shortly after this film. And divorced two years later. See more
There's a scene in which, first Caroline's (Ruth Chatterton) suitor (George Brent) refers to his wristwatch, and then a moment later, her ex-husband played by John Miljan refers to his wristwatch...both watches are represented by identical footage in which the very same Elgin wristwatch is shown. See more
I want you to sort out all Mr. Grannard's personal things and send them into town. Oh, that portrait of myself belongs to him and he adores that 18th century screen in the dining room, so, you might send that too. I want him to have the Whistler etchings and those drawings in the upper hall.
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after a few minutes... 1920. then... 1930... See more
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Music by James Kendis
, James Brockman
and Nat Vincent
Played when "1920" is shown See more