Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Originally Pazzi di Giola, this romantic comedy was written by Vittorio De Sica, who also plays the leading role of Count Valli. The lightweight story concerns the misadventures of a honeymooning couple (De Sica and Marie Denis) during a motor trip through Southern Italy. Unbeknownst to the bride, her husband is a member of the nobility, a fact that leads to any number of complications and misunderstandings. The supporting characters are relegated to comedy relief, with many of their funnier lines compromised by the unimaginative English-language subtitles. The film's highlight is a dream sequence, replete with a song rendition by the ubiquitous Mr. De Sica.