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Innocent Nancy Carroll falls in love with con man Edmund Lowe and the pair swindle their way across the country until they decide to settle down in a small town and give up their life of crime. He goes into business and all seems to be going well until some ex-partners he double crossed show up in town demanding the money he cheated them out of.

  1. Gene Towne

    Director, Writer

  2. Harry Joe Brown

    Director

  3. C. Graham Baker

    Writer

  4. Casey Robinson

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Edmund Lowe

    Edmund Lowe

    Brains Stanley aka Roger Winthrop

  2. Nancy Carroll

    Nancy Carroll

    Grace Clark

  3. Robert Armstrong

    Robert Armstrong

    Driller

  4. Lew Cody

    Lew Cody

    Labels Castell

  5. Warren Hymer

    Warren Hymer

    Mousey

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I Love That Man
I Love That Man

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Status Released

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  • July 7, 1933
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 14m

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