Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Marian Nixon made the first of a brace of starring appearances at low-budget Liberty Pictures in Once to Every Bachelor. Nixon plays a young innocent who through no fault of her own has become involved with gangsters. Seeking a way out, she latches on to a wealthy playboy (Neil Hamilton). Having been soured on matrimony, the lout suggests an "open" marriage, whereby he and his wife will be permitted to seek out the companionship of others. But he doesn't count on genuinely falling in love with his new bride. Silent screen favorite Aileen Pringle walks away with the picture as the vampish "other woman" in the case.
love, aunt, bachelor, escape, extramarital-affair, gangster, group, hope, on-the-run, police, problems, romance, society