A costume drama set in 18th Century England with the added advantage of Technicolor to heighten all the colorful gowns and settings, which, by the standards of 1930, are extremely professional. The simple plot concerns a love affair between Dell, an impetuous flirt, and bandit Askam when
the lady takes a trip to Bath. Humor and song are interspersed with the action, but the music was aimed at sophisticates--that is, people not into jazz. Songs by Bobby Dolan and Walter O'Keefe include: "Tally-Ho," "Highwayman Song," "Song of the City of Bath," "Drunk Song," "Pump Song," "Dueling
Song," "My Love," "You-oo, I Love You," and "Peggy's Leg."
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