To the dismay of most of a greedy, rich, extended family, grandmother's will leaves her fortune to a few, mostly to her great-niece Ann (Loretta Young). Ann will only receive her inheritance once she marries, with the approval of three of her stuffed-shirt relatives and without scandal. Otherwise the estate goes to the cat and dog hospital. Ann, not needing the money, rebels by seeking scandal with a gigolo. Director Ted Wilde's 1930 comedy stars Loretta Young, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Louise Fazenda, Ethel Wales and Daphne Pollard.