Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Good Night, Paul stars bubbly comedienne Constance Talmadge. This time around, Talmadge's character is happily married (her husband played by Norman Kerry), but still agrees to pose as the wife of a businessman (Harrison Ford -- no, not that Harrison Ford) to hoodwink the businessman's rich uncle (John Steppling). Unfortunately, uncle plans to extend his visit, forcing the two schemers to keep up the pretense. Comic jealousy motivates most of the action in the film's final reels, much to the delight of Talmadge's legion of fans. ZaSu Pitts makes a brief appearance in an uncredited role. Like virtually all of Constance Talmadge's starring vehicles, Good Night, Paul apparently no longer exists.
deception, husband-and-wife, uncle