Synopsis by Hal Erickson
One of the unfortunately "lost" films of silent-screen ingenue Betty Bronson, The Cat's Pajamas casts Bronson as a naïve seamstress. Egotistical opera star Ricardo Cortez, tired of being besieged by his doting female fans, marries Bronson so that he'll be safe from his public. Naturally, it's strictly a business arrangement-or so Cortez thinks. But Bronson has every intention of being a bride in fact as well as name. The Cat's Pajamas represents one of the earliest feature-length directorial efforts of William A. Wellman.
army, bride, fanatic, marriage-of-convenience, opera, stars [celebrities], winner