Synopsis by Hal Erickson
George O'Brien trades his cowboy garb for a dinner jacket in Fox's Ever Since Eve. Raised by a couple of misogynistic old fogies, young heir Neil Rogers (O'Brien) reaches adulthood totally unschooled in the ways of women. He heads to New York, where he instantly falls in love with gorgeous gold-digger Elizabeth Vandergrift (Mary Brian). When he learns that Elizabeth is primarily interested in his money, Neil walks out on their marriage. Only later does his discover that she's borne his child, and that she's sincerely in love with him after all. Despite a few risque lines and situations, Ever Since Eve was designated "clean" entertainment by the trade paper Variety.
bad-woman-turns-good, con/scam, elderly, fortune [wealth], guardian, heir, love, toddlers