|With Dorothy Mackail|
If this rings a faint bell, it's because the story, much coarsened, was reused by RKO for the Astaire-Rodgers vehicle Follow the Fleet. In this version Barthelmess creates one of his most fun characters, a bouncy, self-confident skirt-chaser finally conquered by love. Dorothy Mackail is lovely as always as the little seamstress with a secret.
The available prints aren't the greatest; sometimes the titles are obscured, but it doesn't really matter since the plot is fairly simple. It's nothing profound, just a cute little comedy.
|The fast-talking sailor meets the quiet New Englander|
|And they spend an evening together|
|But there's a misunderstanding|
|But he works his way back to her|
|And they reconcile in the end|