Cast & Crew
Embittered because his daughter Sharon married without his consent, irascible millionaire Morley disowns her when she comes to him a penniless widow. Morley does, however, take custody of his grandson Laurence and, after forbiding Sharon to see the boy, hires Professor John Sylvestus Applegate, a struggling writer, as the child's tutor. John, sympathetic to Sharon, promises to keep her informed of Laury's welfare and helps her find a job at the Kiddie Kabaret, where his friend Stevens is the ringmaster. When the stock market crashes, Morley sacrifices his own fortune for his investors, revealing that the same high moral standards that led him to judge his daughter harshly, also make him an honorable citizen. John proposes to Sharon, who makes one last attempt to reconcile matters with her father. Morley, now humbled by his financial losses, accepts his daughter's love, and the family is reunited.
James T. Mack
The Meglin Kiddies
The working titles of this film were Reunion and Together Again. Invincible borrowed Onslow Stevens from Universal for the production. In the film, the Meglin Kiddies are featured performing a children's floor show at the Kiddie Kabaret. One child does a Helen Kane-style number, and the chorus performs a traditional Russian dance. Helen Kane, who performed frequently on the radio, was known as the "Boop Boop Bedoop" singer.