Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This early Janet Gaynor vehicle was based on Pigs, a play by John Golden. While vain Gladys O'Connell busies herself with her romantic pursuits, O'Connell's kid sister Gaynor tries to keep the family of her boyfriend Richard Walling from going broke. Gaynor works up a business arrangement, whereby she will sell Walling's father's 250 pigs for a dollar each. Though O'Connell is appalled by Gaynor's "disgraceful" behavior, the younger girl quickly earns the respect of everyone in town. Midnight Kiss bears a striking resemblance to Fox's "Jones Family" "B"-picture series of the 1930s.
boyfriend, business, business-financing, finances, love, romance, sister, vanity