Zachary Hicks is nominated at the Progressive party's convention even though he has little chance of winning the governorship. Kay suggests the party bosses hire Hal Blake (whom she loves) ... See full summary »
A poor seamstress girl sours on her engagement to a grocery deliveryman after seeing her sister's abusive marriage. Trying to help her sister pay for a divorce lawyer, she turns to a rich playboy she met at work.
this little film just falls flat. Warren William is good (as always) and Louise Fazenda steals what there is to steal, but it still doesn't work. Seems like we've seen all this before. The whole plot line about a stolen letter that doesn't even say anything (so why steal it?) seals the fate of this one. Warren Hymer is especially annoying and Del Rio's accent wanders... Still worth a look.
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