Caught by actor-producer Steve Farrar breaking into his home, Susan Tracey, a young American actress, pretends she is someone else and convinces Farrar not to call the police. Her true identity is discovered the following morning when Steve receives a telephone call from the local police who inform him that they are holding a young woman who had been attempting to sell his Oscar. Susan, the girl in blue jeans, ends up getting the part in Steve's forthcoming play and also gets her man.
A heartless ruthless English lord, swimming in gambling debts, attempts to settle with his creditors by intimidating and blackmailing a well-to-do heiress by threatening to use his superior dueling skills against her suitor.
Urged on by her Uncle Thomas's ghost, Nina takes a rather ugly painting to an art expert for an appraisal. Under the top layer of paint is found a genuine Veronese worth at least 100,000 dollars, much to the astonishment and surprise of Bob, Nina's husband, who has been against all of these goings-on.