Pleasant enough bedroom farce based on a popular 1926 stage play. The film stars O'Keefe as a wimpy newlywed who becomes innocently involved with young looker Patrick, who is engaged to marry O'Keefe's business partner, Bowman. Needless to say, Bowman and O'Keefe's wife, Reynolds,
misunderstand the nature of the relationship, and the usual goofy comedy situations arise. A silent film, also in 1926, preceded this version of the story. The film earned an Oscar nomination for its score.