Synopsis by Hal Erickson
After breaking away from Paramount, the company he helped form in 1912, W. W. Hodkinson had to make do with tiny budgets and wafer-thin storylines. Another Scandal recycles the old marital-misunderstunding bromide, this time predicated on the theory that the man should remain head of the household, no matter what the mitigating circumstances. As the highborn heroine, Lois Wilson is a lot more fun to watch than her collar-ad leading man Holmes Herbert. Featured in the cast as a society matron is Hedda Hopper, some 15 years away from her gossip-column fame. Though purportedly set in England and the Continent, Another Scandal was shot in Florida.
battle-of-the-sexes, flirtation, love, marriage, strife