Lubin's Loving Hearts, like so many other films of the period, is predicated on a misunderstanding. Having just completed his latest romance novel, an author asks his butler to mail the final chapter to the publisher. The maid comes across this chapter, and assumes that it has been written by the butler as a note to her. When the butler reenters the living room, the maid showers him with kisses, much to his amazement. This gag is repeated numerous times throughout the film, as the manuscript for the last chapter passes through several other hands.
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