Mary Smith is picked up by the police and is about to be sentenced, in night court, to jail for vagrancy. But a stranger, Jimmy Martin, stands up and tells the judge that Mary was waiting for him and they were going to be married. A minister stands up and offers to perform the ceremony. Mary is appreciative to her 'new' husband for saving her from jail, but she sees him as a rich playboy who got drunk and decided to be gallant. She tells him to move on, but he persists on taking care of his wife. Just as she has decided that she loves him, his parents show up with a wealth of objections.
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A snappy full-length comedy-romance! (original poster)
Did You Know?
Well, Mary Smith, I've heard some funny alibis, but yours takes the prize. You were waiting on a street corner for a man who is going to marry you. Are you sure he knew which corner you were going to be on?
Well, you see, I had been standing on the corner some time, when a man came along and asked me if I could use some money. He smiled so kindly that I thought that he perhaps realized that I needed some. You see, I've been out of work a long time.
But if you knew you were going to ...