~Saturday's Children~
~150-45X: Corinne Griffith & Grant Withers~
~Plot Synopsis~
Bobby Halvey and Rims O'Neil marry and settle down to love in a cottage. They soon find that
married life is more bills than romance, and Bobby leaves Rims, not because she no longer loves him
but because she honestly believes that he would be happier without her. She returns to her old job
and takes up residence in a boardinghouse. Lonely and hurt, Rims comes to her and asks her to come
back to him. She refuses, declaring that she wants a lover, not a husband. Bobby stays in the
boardinghouse, and Rims comes to her after dark, sneaking in by the fire escape.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Gregory La Cava

Written by:
Forrest Halsey - writer
Paul Perez - titles

Based on the play Saturday's Children; a Comedy in Three Acts by
Maxwell Anderson (New York, 1927).

Corinne Griffith ...Bobby Halevy
Grant Withers ...Rims Rosson
Albert Conti ...Mengle
Alma Tell ...Florrie
Lucien Littlefield ...Willie
Charles Lane ...Mr. Henry Halevy
Anne Schaefer ...Mrs. Halevy
Marcia Harris ...Mrs. Gorlick
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Walter Morosco Productions for
First National Pictures

Distribution Company:
Warner Bros. Pictures

Original Music by: Alois Reiser
Cinematography by: John F. Seitz
Film Editing by: Hugh Bennett
Orchestrator: Edmund Ross
Presenter: Richard A. Rowland

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 80 Minutes
Released: April 14, 1929