A large waste of talent, time, and money was this box-office bomb about the South. Set in New Orleans at Mardi Gras time, the film uses color in the Fat Tuesday sequence and it helps buck up the proceedings, but not much. Bebe Daniels is a circus performer in 1840s Louisiana. She goes
ga-ga for Marshall, a wealthy southerner, but his mother, Jobyna Howland, is not amused and does not approve her prospective daughter-in-law's breeding. She uses her power to keep the couple apart. Also serving to muddle matters is Harolde, playing an oily gambler. He wants Daniels for his own and
will stop at nothing to keep her and Marshall apart. Daniels eventually shows up Harolde...