Daybreak: Willi, a brash young lieutenant in the Austrian Imperial Guard, bent on an evening of pleasure, visits a house of ill repute and gambling parlor. He meets Laura, a sweet innocent girl and spends the night with her, leaving her money in the morning. Devastated with the realization Willi found her a mere convenience, Laura becomes the mistress of Herr Schnabel, an unpleasant but wealthy gentleman. Never quite getting over Laura, Willi is goaded by her into gambling with Schnabel and losing more money to him than he can possibly repay. Laura is unaware that Willi must either pay his debt by the next day or take the only other honorable way out - committing suicide.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||May 02, 1931|
|Actors:||Allan Cavan Babe London Bert Moorhouse Bess Flowers Blanche Craig C Aubrey Smith Carl Stockdale Carrie Daumery Charles E Evans Clara Blandick Clyde Cook Douglass Montgomery Edwin Maxwell Eric Mayne Glenn Tryon Helen Chandler Jackie Searl James Donlan Jean Hersholt Karen Morley Kenneth Gibson Larry Steers Lee Phelps Lionel Belmore Maude Turner Gordon Phillips Smalley Ramon Novarro Russ Powell Sumner Getchell Symona Boniface William Bakewell Zelda Sears|
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