Star-studded attempt to get the same audience that attended 1937's STAGE DOOR. This one flops on several levels. The story did not translate well from the original Hungarian play and it seems to splay in several directions as it tries to encompass too many tales. Rainer is a young
student-actress in an acting school in Paris. Her life is dedicated to her work; she is forced to work at night as a factory serf to pay for her schooling. When the other students wonder why she is yawning and dozing, she invents a story about an affair with a nobleman. Her lie is soon uncovered,
and her classmates gleefully arrange a meeting between her and the marquis, fully expecting h...