- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 5 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Released: August 10, 2010
- Originally Released: 1935
- Label: Warner Archives
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame
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Description by OLDIES.com:
When Georgiana Summers learns that the peroxide man-eater who stole her husband is planning a romantic weekend with a new love, she hatches a giddy plot to expose the rendezvous and win back her ex. But will she be so busy trying to regain old love that she won't notice the man-eater's latest conquest is her own Mr. Right? In a marital romp that tosses a pair of jewel thieves and chi-chi California resort settings into the merry mix, Kay Francis and George Brent prove again why they made such an attractive screen duo. With Brent's uncomplicated masculinity acting as an ideal foil for Francis' sophisticated charm, this battle of the sexes is sure to end with sweet surrender.
In this bedroom farce, an ex-wife overhears her former hubby's new wife and her lover planning a tryst for the weekend while the husband is away on a business trip. Hoping that the husband will catch them in the act, the ex creates an elaborate scheme whereby the lovers' plans are foiled and they must spend the weekend at her house. She then arranges for her former husband to drop by so he can see for himself the kind of hussy he married. Unfortunately the whole plot goes terribly awry when two fugitive jewel thieves wind up stranded at the ex-wife's house too. Things get really mixed up when the ex-wife discovers that she is in love with the second-wife's lover. Meanwhile second wifey recovers the jewels from the thieves just as her hubby returns. He gets there just as his ex-wife and the lover are married.
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