|Director||Edward L. Cahn|
|Writers||Vera Brown (novel "Redhead")
Dorothy Davenport (screenplay) (as Dorothy Reid)
Conrad Seiler (screenplay)
|Cast||June Lang Johnny Downs Eric Blore Weldon Heyburn Anna Chandler Frank Jaquet Ralina Zarova Harry Burns Baron Emerson|
|Plot||A young playboy and a girl marry because they think the boy's rich father will pay the girl $20,000 to divorce his son, and they will then split the money. Instead, the father works out a deal with the girl in which she will not only stay married to him, but try to reform him.... search for Redhead on IMDb|
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|Wealthy T.H. Brown (Jaquet) is at his wits end about his spoiled, out of control son Ted Brown (Downs). In desperation, T.H. hires beautiful Dale Carter (Lang) for $10,000 to romance Ted and guide him into being a responsible adult. However, along the way, Dale falls in love with Ted, and she decides to turn down the money, but will Ted still love her when he find out she was hired by his father?|
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