Fire chief Amos McCarthy, a confirmed misogynist, counsels his nephew Harry Howells to avoid matrimony at all costs. Still, the lovestruck Harry is determined to marry his sweetheart Ethel. All that changes, though, when it turns out Ethel is a faithless gold-digger. Disillusioned, Harry spends the night in his uncle's fire house to try and forget his troubles... until the clamor of a fire alarm presents the bumbling Harry with a chance to be a hero. Written by
Dan Navarro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
They say that love is only fire against which there is no insurance. (Lobby card).
Did You Know?
This film was completed in July 1925, but not copyrighted until February 1926, and released in May 1927; along the way, it was edited from 5 reels down to 3 reels. See more