Well-acted romantic vehicle for Howard which will appeal to intellectual and sophisticated viewers. He is a rich publisher who leaves his artist mistress Harding to marry socially active Loy, only to discover that the security of married life does not exist, that his wife is a Lorelei who
is involved with another man, Hamilton. In fact, Loy acts more like a freewheeling mistress than a wife, and loyal, loving Harding is more like a wife than a mistress. The age-old love triangle is freshly presented with Howard's emotions being tugged by both women. His colorful butler, Gargan,
doesn't help matters; he's an ex-fighter who makes himself at home with guests, pouring ...