Cast & Crew
Beatrice Ridley suspects her new husband of infidelity because he continually receives letters from the notorious café, the Honeysuckle Inn. Beatrice consults lawyer John P. Widgast, who, with his partner Charley Pidgeon, specializes in "converting matrimony into alimony." The wives of the lawyers object to their husbands' practice, but plan a dinner for them at the Honeysuckle Inn. Widgast has promised to help Beatrice shadow her husband there, while Pidgeon has promised to give legal aid to the husband, who is foreclosing his silent partnership in the inn's management. The three couples all meet unexpectedly at the inn, which is raided that night. All six spend the night in jail, but everything is explained in court the next morning.
J. P. Lockney
According to a contemporary news article, Hobart's play was the basis for a musical play called Miss Blue Eyes. Most trade reviews for the film appeared in November 1919, and one trade journal gives its release date as November 23, 1919, but trade release charts give the release date as January 25, 1920.