Traveling Husbands

  • 1931
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Crime

Salacious salesmen convene in a hotel suite with a group of call girls. Young drummer Albertson, flat broke, can't get to first base with a sales prospect's attractive but mercenary daughter, Cummings, who gets involved with star salesman Miller in the adjacent hotel room. She screams as the raunchy representative lustfully pursues her, and the partying...read more

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Salacious salesmen convene in a hotel suite with a group of call girls. Young drummer Albertson, flat broke, can't get to first base with a sales prospect's attractive but mercenary daughter, Cummings, who gets involved with star salesman Miller in the adjacent hotel room. She screams as

the raunchy representative lustfully pursues her, and the partying neighbors burst into the room. In the ensuing confusion, party girl Brent shoots one of the salesmen, recognizing him as the man who initiated her into her calling. Albertson becomes the prime suspect, but is saved when Brent

confesses that she is the one who wounded the rotter. The Hays Office, with its stern Code, was established a year before this racy picture was released, but it hadn't quite kicked in yet. One song, "There's a Sob in My Heart" (Max Steiner, Humphrey Pearson).

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