Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Light comedy actor Johnny Walker took a stab at directing and the result was this mediocre low-budget film. I.O. Underwood (Frederick Howard) discovers that he must either get married or go to work, so he ships his trunk to the home of his sweetheart, June Shelton (Georgia Hopkins) -- never mind that her father (George DuPre) thoroughly disapproves of him. Then he asks his friend, Bert Morley, a real estate agent (George Renalds), to sublet his old place. He attends a bachelor dinner, gets thoroughly drunk, and forgets he has moved out of his apartment. Morley has rented it to Howard Thorpe (Edward M. Favor) and his daughter Pearl (Eva Gordon), and they've been arguing about her sweetheart. When Underwood stumbles into his former bedroom and finds Pearl there, her father is convinced this is her boyfriend, and he insists that they must be married first thing in the morning. The unwilling couple are marched off to the same church where June is waiting to wed Underwood. Luckily, Pearl's real boyfriend shows up, resulting in a double wedding.