Whether its is worth your time to view it in full (It is. Nothing even by Ed Wood can compare) - as found below - can be decided by quickly viewing the following clip.
See, never say I don't provide public information. You have been warned.
By the way, as an interesting aside, director, Louis J. Gasnier, had been, prior to the arrival of the "talkies", a highly successful Hollywood director. See for example, the somewhat legendary, and much copied and even parodied, serial "The Perils Of Pauline". After retiring from directing, he went onto make a number of "guest" appearances in other movies. His last being as elderly Frenchman in the Steve McQueen war film Hell Is for Heroes in 1962. He died aged 87 a year later
|Directed by||Louis Gasnier|
|Produced by||Dwain Esper|
|Written by||Arthur Hoerl|
|Distributed by||Motion Picture Ventures
New Line Cinema (rerelease)
|Release date(s)||January 15, 1936|
|Running time||68 min.|