A "Final Shooting Script" of Behrman and Levien's adaptation
to the screen of Grace Miller White's popular 1909 novel, by
way of the dramatization by Rupert Hughes. This was the
third (and first sound) version of the film, and it was
filmed yet again in 1940. Alfred Santell directed the
November 20, 1932 release, and Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell
and Duddley Digges starred.