Robert Williams plays a reporter with a comeback for everything that marries wealthy Jean Harlow, and unfortunately, her family as well. Left behind is the simple girl who really loves him, fellow reporter Loretta Young. Since Williams doesn't fit into Harlow's world, and Harlow doesn't fit into his world, many complications arise as the upper class meet the common folk. Young, despite top billing, has little to do in the film except look good, which she does with her usual style. Harlow is a bit stiff, but has some good moments. Halliwell Hobbes, as the family butler, has some great moments and provides some good laughs. But surprisingly, the real star is Robert Williams, an actor I've never heard of until this film. He has a smart screen presence, and plays his part with a lot of charm and ease. He has some excellent scenes with Harlow. The film has some funny moments mixed in with romance and drama, and it plays out the class distinctions well. Catch this Jean Harlow/Loretta Young film for its real star, Robert Williams.