Starring Richard Dix
May 1926

Richard Dix and Gregory La Cava should never be separated. "Womanhandled" proved that they had a delightful sense of humor, and in this latest offering, they have again presented the story with a gay humor. Its fun is airy and a trifle flighty. The picture starts out with an unusual amount of wit and action which keeps its pace right to the finish, the laughs coming fast and furious.

It's all about a wealthy man's son who is continually in hot water. He falls in love with a sweet, unsophisticated girl, and from then on he does everything to try and make a hit with her. Of course, as you might have suspected, the girl is Lois Wilson.

Don't miss it -- it's a sure cure for the blues, and the kiddies will enjoy it, too.

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