Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In his professional doldrums in 1929, director Marshal Neilan was forced to work for second-string FBO Pictures. Fortunately, FBO was in the process of transforming itself into RKO Radio, enabling Neilan's His Last Haul to play in several prestigious moviehouses along the Keith-Orpheum circuit. Seena Owen stars as a reformed crook who decides to save her soul by joining the Salvation Army. Unfortunately, Owen is still wanted by the Law, so she has quite a time hiding out from the authorities. Still, she manages to convince petty-thief Tom Moore to change his crooked ways -- but not before Moore attempts one last burglary while dressed in a Santa Claus suit!
going-straight, hideout, reform [improve], robbery, Salvation-Army