Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The same year H.B. Warner portrayed Jesus Christ in The King of Kings, he let down his hair in the drawing-room comedy French Dressing. Warner plays a husband who is wrongly suspected of infidelity by his young wife Lois Wilson. She runs off to Paris, determined to avenge herself on her "philandering" hubby. After a brief affair of her own, Wilson comes to her senses and returns to the ever-loyal, ever-patient Warner. Clive Brook is the personification of continental charm in the role of Lois' temporary amour.
extramarital-affair, husband-and-wife, jealousy, philandering, revenge