René Guissart was a minor director who made pleasant comedies ("toi c'est moi") and sometimes displayed social concern ("Ménilmontant" (1936),his best film , with something of the 1936 front populaire).
Plot: A wealthy orphan girl (Josette Day) asks the receptionist of a hotel (at the time they called them "concierge" ) to play the role of her papa ,for she wants to marry and she wants to do the right choice. Both go to a Winter sports resort where they meet a fortune-hunter whose girlfriend will make a big mistake , a lieutenant ,who in civilian life,is a priest. Undaunted,they head for the seaside.
The papa is harassed by a countess who's got a crush on him,because she mistakes him for a noble.
Pleasant ,harmless stuff ; Lucien Baroux was a good comic actor. And an occasion to see a young Jean Servais ,who became known when he was older.