The Beloved Vagabond
At the turn of the 20th century, a jilted French artist becomes a vagabond and falls in love with an orphan girl
In London at the turn of the century, Gaston du Nerac is due to marry his fiancée, Joanna.
When her father finds himself in financial trouble, Gaston reluctantly accepts help from a rival – on condition that he never sees Joanna again.
Gaston leaves England for France, befriending a Cockney lad with a talent for caricature and a pretty little singer, Blanquette.
He kissed many, but loved one!
Main title from The Beloved Vagabond (1936).
William J Locke
Toeplitz Productions Ltd.
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