Novel of a young woman who turns to vice because she feels she does not fit into society. Upon discovering that she is part Native American, she soon finds happiness and love among her own people.
Follow this link for an interesting small article on TCM.com. It covers a little of Clara Bow but also the differences that would most likely have been made to the film had it been made two years later after the Motion Picture Production Code were enforced as opposed to the "suggestions" they made prior to July 1, 1934 when the "Hayes Code" came into effect.
Release Date: November 24, 1932
Release Time: 88 minutes
Clara Bow as Nasa Springer
Gilbert Roland as Moonglow
Thelma Todd as Sunny De Lane
Monroe Owsley as Lawrence Crosby
Estelle Taylor as Ruth Springer
Weldon Heyburn as Ronasa
Willard Robertson as Pete Springer
Anthony Jowitt as Jay Randall
Fred Kohler as Silas Jennings
Russell Simpson as Old Man In Wagon Train
Margaret Livingston as Molly
Carl Stockdale as Mort
Dorothy Peterson as Silas' Wife
Marilyn Knowlden as Ruth (as a girl)
Douglas Haig (uncredited) as Pete as a Boy
Tiffany Thayer was born on March 1, 1902 in Freeport, Illinois, USA as Tiffany Ellsworth Thayer. He was a writer and actor, known for Chicago Deadline (1949), Call Her Savage (1932) and Fatal Lady (1936). He was married to Tanagra. He died on August 23, 1959 in Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA.
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