In the late 1930s the major studios turned out a succession of pictures--many of them light comedies--dedicated to the premise that a woman's place is in the home, rather than in the business world in competition with men. Republic, ever eager to grow to the stature of its larger
competitors, was quick to imitate, and this heavy-handed effort is one such emulation. Summoned to a hospital on her wedding anniversary, physician Inescort deserts husband Wilcoxon and daughter Jason to practice her considerable surgical skills. The disgruntled Wilcoxon attends a party given by
the delectable Dodd, and finds himself greatly drawn to his attentive hostess. As demands on In...