George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly's dizzy blonde Dulcy gets her third film try (she was played by Constance Talmadge in 1923 and Marion Davies in 1929), this time reprised by Sothern. Plot sees the goofy dame spending a hectic weekend at a mountain cabin with her flame, inventor Hunter,
who has developed a new carburetor for airplane engines. She schemes for her brother, Dailey, to invite his girl friend and her family up to the cabin for the weekend because the girl friend's father, Young, may be in the market to buy a patent on Hunter's invention. Fast-paced and funny.