This cliched romantic drama was so creaky, even at this early date, that it could very easily have been turned into a satire. The original play, done in 1915, starred Jane Cowl. It then became a silent film with Fannie Ward in the lead and was again made in 1930 with Constance Bennett.
This time around, the script was altered to fit the talents of the hot new team of Taylor and Young and to erase some of the sexier elements. Young works as a servant in the mansion of Taylor's wealthy family. At a summer retreat in Maine, she and Taylor fall in love and wed covertly before he
goes back to his Ivy League university. Young keeps working as a maid to Taylor's mother, G...