John Bunny and his partner are looking to hire a new stenographer and have a good gawk at the beauties that show up, half wearing furs -- this is a movie, after all. But, not surprisingly, their wives insist that the boys hire Flora Finch, Bunny's nemesis in so many movies.
It is hard to define John Bunny's attraction to the movie-going public of the era. Certainly their choices were limited, but Mr. Bunny has a certain amount of lechery in his soul, like W.C. Fields would later demonstrate, but much more amiable and self-aware about it. Whatever the circumstances, his movies were usually scripted for his talents and are still amusing.
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