Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance
A shy young man who is completely incapable of talking to women decides to write a book that details to other bachelors how to find a girlfriend.
When Harold is pulled over for speeding, the policeman mentions Barney Oldfield. Oldfield was one of the first famous race-car drivers in the US, and he set many speed records in a racing career spanning more than 20 years.
Publisher Roger Thornsby's Assistant:
...so perhaps we're the boobs, not he. The whole office force laughed at that book, why shouldn't the whole world enjoy it?
Roger Thornsby: I'll do it! I'll publish it as 'The Boob's Diary'. It may be a sensation. Send him a check for $3,000 advance royalty - ...
The movie presents Ronald DeVore as a selfish status-oriented man who would probably insist on Mary's wearing her marriage rings all the time, yet in the scenes of Mary being assisted in preparing for her wedding and of her standing with Ronald at the alter, she is not wearing an engagement ring.
In addition to the 'My Vampire' and 'My Flapper' sequences, there was a third interlude involving the girl with the curls, where Harold finds her as a Mary Pickford-type milk maid. The scene does not survive (it was cut after a preview) but a photograph of the scene has appeared in several publications.