An ancient and overused farcical comedy, this story is handled with as much aplomb as can be expected from Shearer, Taylor, and Sanders, and even with Cukor as director it still falls apart quickly. Shearer is a young, not-too-gay divorcee whose ex-husband is now her ambiguous playboy
suitor, Sanders. Shearer hires down-and-out gambler Taylor to pretend to be her gigolo in order to draw Sanders to her, but Taylor falls in love with Shearer and the two wind up together after some confused situations. There's not much to it all, even though this chestnut had been filmed as a
silent with Marion Davies in 1928. Jeanne Eagels and later Tallulah Bankhead starred successf...