This is not one of Jack Benny's best, but there's enough good fun and enough belly laughs to satisfy all but the most finicky. Benny is a Broadway producer on a trip to London. He yearns for love with singer Lamour, but she finds him a bore with no sex appeal. In order to make her
jealous, he begins to flirt with Barnes. Barnes and Jeans have husbands, Arnold and Woolley, respectively, who are not paying enough attention to them, so the women use Benny to arouse their spouses' ire and jealousy. The two men go after Benny but he is saved by the intervention of Anderson, his
long-suffering valet. In the end, Lamour falls for Benny and the picture concludes. It's the ...