Alfred Hitchcock's comedy of manners, adapted from the play by Eden Phillpott, revolves around the efforts of a middle-aged Devonshire farmer to find a new wife. After his daughter gets married and leaves home, Samuel Sweetland (Jameson Thomas, who's a bit young for the role) decides it's time to remarry. Sweetland considers himself quite a catch and makes a list of all the local ladies he thinks would make suitable spouses. It doesn't include his loyal housekeeper Araminta (Lilian Hall-Davis), who obviously carries a torch for him. To Sweetland's complete and utter shock, not one of his prospective brides from an athletic, wealthy widow (Louie Pounds) to the ...