Reginald Denny starred in this comedy, a part-talkie about a zealous real-estate dealer in love with his client's daughter. Charles Blaydon (Denny) is eager to sell a fashionable suburban house to Weaver (Harvey Clarke), a wealthy art collector, mainly because he has fallen in love with Weaver's brunette daughter Kay (Lorayne DuVal). But there is a catch: In order to unload the mansion, Charles must also sell the neighboring property. Mistaking a gang of thieves for potential buyers, Charles invites them to dinner at the Weavers, where the gang proceeds to steal the valuable Weaver <I>objets d'art</I>. Old man Weaver, however, is delighted with his new "friends" and refuses to believe that they are thieves -- that is, until the gang leader (Eddie Phillips) kidnaps Kay, with Charles in hot pursuit.