Cast & Crew
In Paris, American lawyer Martin Wesley meets Fauvette, a reporter, in a rainstorm. They share an umbrella, have tea, then dinner, and by eleven that night Martin proposes. After he brings his bride to live with his parents, a cold New England couple who hate anything from Paris, their disapproval gradually infects Martin. When his friend Tony Rye comes to dinner and Fauvette appears in a low-cut gown, Martin upbraids her. Their subsequent separation causes Martin to drink, while Fauvette thrives in New York as a famous author. When Martin hears this and also learns that Tony's sympathetic concern is becoming romantic, he smashes his liquor decanter and proves himself as a successful lawyer. After deciding to win Fauvette back, but then tell her to go to Tony, Martin sees her and realizes he loves her. When he pays off her money lender, Fauvette thinks he is trying to humiliate her, but soon he begs forgiveness and they start a new married life.
One review referred to the title of this film as The Parisian Wife.