Two fast-talking insurance salesmen — Wilbur Boswell (Bert Wheeler) and J. Addington Ganzy (Robert Woolsey) — help penniless socialite Mary Marsh (Dorothy Lee) to turn a dilapidated hotel, which was willed to her, into a thriving success. They soon run into trouble, however, in the form of two sets of gangsters who want to break into the hotel safe; also, Mary’s mother (Jobyna Howland) wants her to marry wealthy lawyer John Blackwell (Ralf Harolde) even though Mary loves Wilbur. Adding to the complications is the fact that Blackwell is actually in league with the gangsters! The finale involves nighttime runarounds and a shoot-out in the hotel.
1930, B&W, 75 minutes