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Chick Evans is a Marine private in Honolulu, Hawaii. He falls for society girl Delphine Witherspoon, and begins to scheme as to how to win her over. His first plan involves impersonating an officer in order to get invited to a society party. However, when his Marine buddies decide to crash the party as well, his real rank is revealed, and so having the opposite effect on Delphine as he had planned.

  1. Edward F. Cline

    Director

  2. Herbert Fields

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Irene Dunne

    Irene Dunne

    Delphine Witherspoon

  2. Ken Murray

    Ken Murray

    Frank

  3. Louise Fazenda

    Louise Fazenda

    Hortense

  4. Ned Sparks

    Ned Sparks

    Sparks

  5. Lilyan Tashman

    Lilyan Tashman

    Edna

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Status Released

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  • September 12, 1930
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 19m

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