Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Two directors were responsible for this satisfying adaptation of the Charlie Roellinghoff-Hans Jacoby novel There Goes Susie. The title character, played by Wendy Barrie, is the daughter of a wealthy soap manufacturer. Tired of her butterfly existence, she goes out into the world to make her own living, landing a job as a model. When aspiring artist Gene Gerald's rendition of the scantily-clad heroine is sold to the soap tycoon for advertising purposes -- well, it's hardly a surprising denouement, but it is a lot of fun. Bolstering the worldwide appeal of There Goes Susie is the presence of Broadway's Zelma O'Neal and Hollywood's ZaSu Pitts in the supporting cast.
advertising, artist, business, daughter, manufacturer, modeling