Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Adapted from a play by Gerald du Maurier, The Dancers stars Lois Moran as free-spirited Diana Snowden. Though once pure of heart and noble of mind, Diana has "strayed" rather dramatically over the years. When her childhood sweetheart Tony (Phillips Holmes) returns to London after a long absence, Diana is convinced that she is no longer good enough for him. Thus, when he proposes marriage, she hops on a plane and escapes to France. One year later, Tony finally catches up to Diana, who has been doing her own brand of penance by working as a humble schoolteacher.
aristocracy, dance-hall, fortune [wealth], love, lumberjack, romance