Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots began life as an Augustus Thomas play, originally written as a vehicle for Margaret Illington. The film version starred Constance Talmadge as the feather-brained wife of the level-headed Mr. Leffingwell (played by the "original" Harrison Ford). As the fashionable young couple wend their way through such standard social obligations as weekend parties, tennis matches and polo games, Mrs. Leffingwell becomes innocently involved with a couple of would-be philanderers. The significance of the title is clarified during the film's closing reels. Suffice to say that the jealous Mr. Leffingwell finally comes to accept the harmless flirtations of his wide-eyed wife.