Cast & Crew
John MacGregor, leader of an itinerant minstrel band, has two daughters. One marries prudently, the other unwisely loves a young scapegrace of a crooner and dies in childbirth. Her husband forces the old trouper to pay in order to retain custody of the child, and the old man brings the girl up, despite the return of her father, who burns the old man's caravan in a drunken fury. All ends happily, however, as the granddaughter becomes a radio star and helps her grandfather start again.
Although the Variety review claims that this is a Stellar Attractions production, it was actually produced at Twentieth Century-Fox's Wembley studios in 1936 under the title End of the Road. Modern sources claim that Stanley Grant worked as an editor on this picture.