A roguish baron saves a girl from a carriage accident, and brings her to a backwoods Inn during a storm for refuge. There he hopes to have his way with her. She's actually the queen traveling incognito, which the loyal residents recognize. The cross-eyed baron keeps getting caught trying to get into the queen-then the inn keeper's wife's bedroom. Written by
Did You Know?
The title is a play on words; "Three Weeks" by Elinor Glyn was a best-selling novel of the era which was made into an equally popular motion picture in 1924. See more
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