Synopsis: Millie Blake has a love affair that goes wrong, so Millie plays the field recklessly from that point on. When she finds out that one of the reckless players from her past has now cast his spell on her daughter, she takes matters into her own hands and finds herself in a courtroom trying to find a better defense plea than mother-love and honor-protection.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): John Francis Dillon
Production: RKO Pictures
85 min



Hey look well if it isn't Jack Maitland

tearing up the town again who's out in

the front seat Milly Blake Milly

oh well it wasn't any of these rags

going on before her old man died that

girl needs a father huh really knows how

to take care of herself and don't I know

it well maybe she does oh I love this

I've never read fast enough I get a

thrill out of it I want excitement I

want to live to go everywhere see

everything is still everything

how would you like to go to New York.

Millie oh I love it.

Oh it'll be a long time before I get

there I guess

how would you like to go with me

that's the one thing I won't do

I thought we settled that a year ago at.

Miller's car well I mean it I think

you're the most beautiful girl in the

world and I'm the man to take care of


am I being proposed to you're getting

the news broken to you gently that

you're going to be mrs. Jack Mason of.

New York

see that looks funny it looks great

anything else sir

ice water if I wanted to take out I'll

call you I just.

Nellie my darling you're trembling it's

just excitement mrs. Jack Maitland

are you sleepy no no why don't we try to

pay you up now

no it's only two hours oh I see here who

is your boss my husband you love him yes

great of him

I guess I'm silly of course you are now

come on darling and get some rest

you're all tired out a little rest of

the worlds of good I have to Telegraph.

Telegraph yeah my mother oh good heavens

I'll telephone her you get to bed

hello give me long distance please

hello mrs. Blake this is Jack Maitland

if Milly wants to talk to you hold of

our please yes home phone Oh Milly Milly

come on darling this is long distance

step on it.

Oh you having anything to put on oh here

please hurry honey hello dear I'm not

read I'm married Jack Maitland we're in

a hotel in Greenwich Mary what if your

marriage is such a fine manner Jack.

Maitland what are you crying about.

I never got married before how can I

tell I'll write to you when we get to.

New York

did you tell her yes what did you say

she said for you to be good to me

you didn't think of that such a big girl

I don't know my little thing

yes dear do you want your bath now huh

you do as your mama give it to you oh

you dear mother loves you so just come

on stand up up sugar oh you're getting

so big Connie I don't know my little

girl come on

should we go in alrighty come in time

for the baby's bath miss Maitland oh let

me give her back with it I'll do it just

like Yahoo and make them

don't tease all gone please let me I'm

sorry miss Maitland say old baby you

said well what's that all about

oh it's not governance you think she

owned my baby oh we see it about ten

minutes a day Oh Jack don't be cross

honey it's awful I haven't got a thing

to do all day long until you come home

too bad about you isn't it a beautiful

home all the clothes that money can buy

in a car to ride around in that doesn't

make up for being lonely yes little bags

are all packed and the cars at the door

yes Oh jack are you gonna go away again

this weekend my business demands it oh

forget business for a couple of days

let's be like we used to just the two of

us are you going to start that again I'm

sorry I I won't talk about it anymore

you're a sweet kid.

I thought she was going to forget again

this morning forget what kiss me will

you see I didn't over Jacox I mean a

real kiss the way you used to

there you are

well what's the matter no don't you love

me anymore well of course I do sweet but

you don't kiss like you well good

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Donald Henderson Clarke

Donald Henderson Clarke (August 24, 1887 – March 27, 1958) was an American writer and journalist, known for his romantic novels, mystery fiction, and screenplays. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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