Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The answer to the burning question posed by this low-budget domestic drama was that they tended to want more from life than their husbands were able to afford. Janet Lee's (Barbara Castleton) new "jazz wild" lifestyle all but brings her husband Jack (Rod la Rocque) to the brink of bankruptcy. When Jack balks at financing a series of wild parties, Janet takes up with millionaire Arthur Belden (Montague Love. But a serious injury to her child (Helen Rowland) finally brings the wayward wife to her senses. Among the "Jazz Age" personalities flitting in and out of Janet's life were New York glamour girl Constance Bennett), future gossip columnist Hedda Hopper and Mrs. Oscar Hammerstein. What's Wrong with the Women? was produced in New York by writer Daniel Carson Goodman.
architecture, estrangement, first-love, janitor, separation