Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Love ain't all that funny, but this 5-reel comedy elicited a chuckle or two from 1927 audiences. Alberta Vaughn plays a lovely lass who wants to do her part during World War 1. Her idea of contributing to the war effort is to pledge her undying love to every doughboy she meets. The fun begins when Vaughn's many Johnnies all come marching home at once. While it would be presumptive of us to suggest that the pretty but barely talented Alberta Vaughn was cast in Ain't Love Funny? because she appealed to FBO Studios boss Joseph P. Kennedy, we can note that Ms. Vaughn's career went into eclipse after Kennedy left moviemaking and FBO was absorbed into RKO.