Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Dolly Davis is appropriately cast as "Dolly" in this delightful French comedy. A dressmaker's mannequin, Dolly weds starving artist Albert Prejean, only to discover that two can't live as cheaply as one. Hoping to raise some much-needed cash, Dolly visits her wealthy, man-hating aunt Alice Tissot. Afraid to inform Auntie of her marriage, our heroine passes off her husband Prejean as her chauffeur. Things get sticky when a jealous maid, who's set her cap for Prejean, catches the "chauffeur" kissing his "employer." But by this time, the Aunt has fallen in love herself and is willing to forgive Dolly her indiscretions (which, of course, aren't indiscretions at all).
artist, chauffeur, con/scam, dressmaker, jealousy, love, maid, mannequin, marriage, poverty, romance, seduction