Synopsis by Hal Erickson
As if to justify the title of this film, leading lady Jacqueline Logan shows up wearing next to nothing in the first few reels. Once the plot gets under way, however, everyone -- including Logan -- is properly bundled up. Receiving a fur coat from her husband Theodore Von Eltz, Logan mistakenly believes that the pelt was a gift from ex-lover Bryant Washburn. She ships the coat back to Washburn, whose own wife Jane Winton likewise misinterprets the situation. When Von Eltz comes home, he can't find the coat and assumes it has been stolen. Complications pile up like cordwood, culminating in a cacophony of confusion at the local police station.
friendship, gift, house, husband, old-flame, station