How they get married in Greenwich Village.
She dreams of giving slum kids an hour a day in rich homes for nurture.
He automates his life with gadgets.
There’s “a gambling house on West Eighth Street, one of those high class joints, you know,” run by “a hard-boiled gink.”
Also there is Warren’s Wax Works.
The gamblers try to pose as old money, the dummies come in handy for a ruse.
Nothing works, of course.
The joint gets closed, the crooks are out of business, “the sentence is a lifetime of happiness.”
Matt Helm has his morning slide into the bath.
One of Douglas Fairbanks’ perfect comedies.
Devils and cupids operate the telephone switchboards.
She is Marguerite De La Motte, he is Andy Jackson’s grand-nephew.