Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
Marie Prevost and George O'Hara are two newlyweds who go before a judge seeking a divorce in this slapstick comedy. His Honor (Charles Murray) sees photographic evidence from the wife with the husband's arms around another woman. He claims he was only helping the woman over the fence and he is being blackmailed by the unknown photographer. The judge recalls his experiences in a series of comical flashbacks before he makes his ruling on the couple's future. Billy Bevan masquerades as an attorney with Kalla Pasha and Eddie Gribbon his assistants. In one of his recollections, the judge finds himself in a lion's den in one of the trick-photography scenes. Ford Sterling is the haberdasher Milton Robin, with Phyllis Haver in the role of his wife and Fanny Kelly as the judge's wife.
blackmail, divorce, evidence, jealousy, judge, lawyer, newlywed, photography