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|Directed by||Alexander Hall
|Produced by||Albert Lewis (uncredited)|
|Written by||Lenore J. Coffee
|Editing by||Eda Warren (uncredited)|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release dates||September 8, 1933|
|Running time||71 min|
It was released on DVD (as part of a six disc set entitled "Pre-Code Hollywood Collection") on April 7, 2009.
- Claudette Colbert as Sally Trent, aka Mimi Benton
- Ricardo Cortez as Tony Cummings
- David Manners as Michael 'Mike' Gardner
- Lyda Roberti as Dora Nichols
- Baby LeRoy as Bobby, Dora's Baby at 1 Year
- Charley Grapewin as Andrew 'Juddy' Judson
- Sam Godfrey as Harry, Radio Announcer
- Florence Roberts as Mother Angelica
- Virginia Hammond as Mrs. Julia Judson
- Mildred Washington as Carrie, Mimi's Maid
- Cora Sue Collins as Sally at 5 Years
- Helen Jerome Eddy as Miss Spaulding
- Albert Conti as Carlotti
- Ethel Griffies as Agatha Alden
- Mimi Benton: "Well, I'll tell you what happened to her. While you were touring China, she went through hell. It's a nice place, you must go there someday."
- Michael Gardner: "You've changed all right! You're selfish, hard. Mimi Benton: Sure I am, just like glass. So hard, nothing'll cut it but diamonds. Come around some day with a fistful. Maybe we can get together."
- Mimi Benton: "Don't ever let any man make a sucker out of you. Make him know what you're worth. Anything they get for nothing is always cheap."
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