The end of Marion Davies' strange career was marked by EVER SINCE EVE, an unfunny comedy in which she plays a beautiful stenographer whose attraction for men is so alarming it's sufficient reason to don horn rim spectacles and tweed suits to escape them. She takes a job as secretary for
writer Montgomery to help him make the deadline set by gruff publisher Fazenda. Love, of course, blossoms when Montgomery sees Davies without her de-glamorizing gear. It all resolves itself after a while and everyone is happy. An insipid comedy that not even Warners' entire stock of comedy
character actors could save. Songs include:"Wreaths of Flowers" (Hoopii Haaia), "Ever Since Ev...