|Release Date:||Oct 1933|
|Genres||Drama / Romance|
|Cast:||Spencer Tracy(Bill), Loretta Young(Trina), Marjorie Rambeau(Flossie), Glenda Farrell(Fay La Rue), Walter Connolly(Ira), Arthur Hohl(Bragg), Dickie Moore(Joey), Harvey Clark(Cafe Manager (uncredited)), Helen Jerome Eddy(Mother (uncredited)), R. Henry Grey(Head Waiter (uncredited)), Leonard Kibrick(Baseball team's catcher (uncredited)), Kendall McComas(Slades (uncredited)), Tony Merlo(Waiter (uncredited)), Henry Roquemore(Roué (uncredited)), Hector Sarno(Grocer (uncredited)), Harry Watson(Baseball Team Captain (uncredited)),|
12 million Americans are out of work. Trina is homeless and hungry when Bill takes her under his wing, showing her a squatter's camp where she can live. She's soon in love with him, making a castle for him inside a shack; but he's bluff, gruff, and a "bindlestiff," a guy who can't stay put. When Trina tells Bill she's pregnant, he's ready to jump a freight train and move on, but first he wants to leave Trina with some money, so he partners up with Bragg, the camp's louse (who's been eyeing Trina), to rob a toy store. He's shot and the cops are closing in: does he have any options?