John Stuart decides to run away from his wife, Nora Swinburne, with Nancy Burne, but after only a few hours with her, he's fed up and ready to go back to his wife.... until he discovers that his wife knows.
I certainly didn't expect much, what with George King one of the producers, but under the direction of Frederick Hayward and some graceful camera work by old hand Geoffrey Faithful (who had begun with Hepworth and would continue working through the beginning of the 1970s), there's a lot to admire in this one. Annie Esmond has a very nice role as Stuart's acid-tongued mother-in-law. Between some well-delivered, funny lines and a short running length that doesn't give it a chance to drag, it's a fine little film.
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