This was the shortest film and the longest title for Colman, and, although the idea has great possibilities, most of them were flubbed by the people behind the scenes. It's just after WW I and the Russian Revolution, and Colman, an expatriate White Russian prince, has been forced to take a
job driving a cab in order to buy his blinis. He is one of several emigres who now live in Paris and talk of nothing but the good old days when the Czar reigned supreme. After he demonstrates a silly gambling "system," a bunch of his old Russian pals give him enough money to try his luck at the
gaming tables of the famed Monaco casino. He proceeds to win millions of francs after ...