Forgotten and forgettable domestic comedy, which sometimes descends into maudlin melodrama, starring Errol Flynn as a man attempting to gain his wife back. Flynn gives an earnest and sincere but ultimately futile effort (considering this movie was a flop and it's still evident to see why today) as Phil Gayley, a playboy artist determined to win his wife back as he's still in love with her and they share a young daughter together. Beautiful Eleanor Parker is warm and earthy as Ellen Gayley, who's partial toward giving it another go as she too is still smitten with Phil, but complicating matters is her jealousy over his constant proximity with lovely ladies who pose for him, and her recent involvement with a serviceman. The usual stale and tired comical situations occur on their road toward reconciliation before the predictable happens and they end up a happy family once again. Entertaining enough and not all that bad, only such a shame these stars were pretty much wasted in such fluffy stuff. However, for (female?) fans of the legendary swashbucker's, it's worth watching this vehicle just to gaze upon Flynn's handsomeness alone!