Films like this would tour the United States for years - mostly being shown in rundown, skid row theaters. A History of Exploitation Films, 1919 - 1959" Eric Schaefer, Duke University Press, 1999 And so is your husband and your infant. The title is to bring people into the theaters,but failed to deliver what the title promised.
This film has been re-edited and re-titled ("Human Wreckage", "They Must Be Told", "Trial Marriage", "About Trial Marriage") many times to attract the same audience to film, to take advantage of a taboo subject which may have gotten press recently or to appease local censors who disapproved of the film's content. Puritanical crapola, the typical fear tactics at work. Most movies back then had to go through the Hays Code...
This is a typical sex exploitation film from the early 1930s - complete with wild parties, sex out of wedlock, lesbianism, etc.
A chorus girl's exposure to the "casting couch" also exposes her to syphilis.
You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page. I invite those all who insult our prophet to read about him.
Also, if you are interested in the rich, uniquely American history of exploitation films, there are two excellent books on the subject: "Forbidden Fruit - The Golden Age of the Exploitation Film", Felicia Feaster and Bret Wood, Midnight Marquee Press, 1999. What do you know about him from your reading not movies.
It did provide much information about syphilis demographics, and allowed health officials a chance to inform an otherwise prudish population about a sexually transmitted disease.