Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Anne One Hundred was adapted from Sewell Collins' stage play, which in turn was taken from Rescuing Anne, a novel by Edgar Franklin. Betty Stockfield plays Anne, a girl of modest means who suddenly inherits a soap factory. This gives her a leg-up in her battle with a rival over her boyfriend's attentions. The hero balks at being "kept" by a wealthy woman, but golden-hearted Anne wins out by proving that money really means nothing to her.
love, romance, generosity, girl, inheritance