Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Salesman Bryant Washburn has some pretty peculiar ideas about love and marriage. Even after wedding winsome Mildred Davis, Washburn insists upon living separately and seeing Davis only on "dates". Inevitably, this leads to jealousy and misunderstanding. Equally inevitably, Washburn and his wife settle down to a normal relationship. All Wrong was one of the few films made by Mildred Davis before she became the leading lady-onscreen as well as off-of comedian Harold Lloyd.
bride, courtship, dating, love, youth