Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Angelica (Kathleen Kirkham) elopes with Reggie Irving (Eugene Pallette) under the false assumption that he's a worldly type of guy. But in reality, Reggie is completely unsophisticated. So as not to disappoint his new wife, he engages society writer Polly Hathaway (Ruth Stonehouse) to help him prove that he's a real ladies' man. Angelica, however, figures the whole thing out and a load of complications ensue. This bedroom farce was a successful stage play by Charles W. Bell and Mark Swan which did not translate to film particularly well. It was remade as a talkie in 1931 with Buster Keaton in the role of Reggie.