Synopsis by Hal Erickson
British groom-to-be Billy Milton is labelled a "beast" by French floozie Ellen Pollock as Milton marches down the aisle. The groom's father, Robertson Hare, endeavors to prove his son's innocence. Removing his trademarked monocle, Hare poses as the boy's maiden aunt to get the goods on Pollock. Leading lady June Clyde, who moved from Hollywood to England in pursuit of better film roles, stands around a lot as the beautiful bride. Aren't Men Beasts? was based on the stage farce by Vernon Sylvaine.
aunt, Britain, extramarital-affair, innocence, love, son