Cute 1920s gangster spoof about a racketeer, Douglas, who turns out to be a soft-hearted slob (the kind of role he played so well and so often) over Peters, the recreational director of a city park. Douglas is nuts about her and wants to get her into his house, so he decides to masquerade
as a widower and hire her as his children's governess. Since he doesn't have any children, he sends underling Wynn out to hire a couple of kids who will fill the bill. There's a very funny interview with prospective child Price, a street tough, and the kid begins to talk like Bogart, Cagney, and
Robinson all in one. Peters eventually realizes she's been duped and thinks Douglas ma...