Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Warner Baxter lifts himself up from poverty to unlimited riches. The audience knows that Baxter couldn't have done it without the help and support of his wife Grace Darmond. When Baxter starts cheating on her, she divorces him, receiving an enornous settlement. Reduced to penury by various spendthrift mistresses, Baxter is rescued once more by Darmond, who once more guides him to success-and remarries him, this time on her terms. Alimony was directed by James W. Horne, who seemed a lot more comfortable with his subsequent Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy comedies.
alimony, award, divorce, guide, husband, love, poverty, rags-to-riches, reunion, settler, success, wealth