Eddy and Stevens are married and the toast of Vienna. Eddy is jealous of his wife's flirtatious nature and, to test her, he poses as a Russian visitor. He has himself introduced at a nightclub as a new singer and directs his songs to her. She recognizes him, pretends she doesn't, and the
fun begins. This movie has a strange background. George Bernard Shaw wrote a play called "Arms And The Man." Oscar Straus made it into an operetta called "The Chocolate Soldier" and a few of the tunes are in this movie, but the picture is actually a remake of Ferenc Molnar's "The Guardsman," which
was originally a Lunt-Fontanne vehicle for MGM in 1931. Shaw's play had been committe...