Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Amour a L'Americaine (American Love) focuses on a Yankee millionairess, played by Gallic comedienne Spinelly. Jilted by her French lover, Spinelly heads to Paris in hopes of winning him back. She spots her errant Romeo in a night club, where he is entertaining a pretty young woman. Assuming that the woman is his wife, Spinelly does everything she can to break up the marriage. By the time she learns that he was never married at all, it hardly matters: like the Mounties, Spinelly has finally gotten her man. The music in Amour a L'Americaine was provided by world-renowned bandleader Ray Ventura, who appears onscreen at several junctures.
America, bride, chase, engagement, identity, love, lover, mistaken-identity, modeling, society, truth