It's 1931 and some studios are still grappling with sound. Here's a programmer from Ralph M. Like Productions (who? what?) [aka Action Pictures (oxymoron much?)], directed by Stuart Paton (who? huh?), and featuring such noble talent as Carmel Myers and Rex Lease (they cudda been contenders).
Cheesy? Yes. Painful to watch? Well, that depends on how much cheese you can tolerate.
I report. You decide.
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