A ditzy American girl visiting Monte Carlo is hired by a tennis champ to be his "cardboard lover"--to pretend to be in love with him so he can teach his two-timing fiancé a lesson and win her back. What he doesn't realize is that the girl isn't pretending--she actually is in love with him, and she sets out to win him for herself.
Marion is here again as delightful as ever. She gambles at Monte Carlo thinking she has plenty of money only to find she didn't and complications follow in a amusing way. (Print Ad- Rock Rapids Review ((Rock Rapids Iowa)) 30 August 1928)
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Although Tallulah Bankhead had starred in the London version of the original play and Jeanne Eagels, supported by Leslie Howard, had a success in the American production, neither star won the role in this film version. See more