Cast & Crew
Helen Jerome Eddy
Sandra Rogers visits Fernande's exclusive dress shop in order to purchase a special gown to wear for her date that evening with police commissioner Robert Edmonds, with whom she is in love. She buys a dress trimmed in silver fox fur and leaves it for alterations after Myra, one of the models, agrees to deliver it by six o'clock that evening. Although Fernande assures her customers that each design is one of a kind, she sells a copy of the dress to another woman who is planning a trip to Europe. Sandra leaves the shop to pay a visit to Myles Crawford, the former police commissioner who left his position because of a scandal. Because she mistrusts him, Sandra asks her friend, Lillian Hoskins, to accompany her. Lillian had been Crawford's girl friend before he fell in love with Sandra, but Sandra assures Lillian that she never returned his affections. Crawford tries to blackmail Sandra into asking Bob to stop the investigation into his affairs. Upon leaving him, Sandra says she would happily kill him. Sandra's dress does not arrive before she must leave to meet Bob. At the theater, Bob tells her that he has been called away on business. Deeply disappointed, Sandra leaves the theater early and finds Myra waiting with the dress. Myra explains that she was late because she got caught in a subway accident. Determined to see Bob at least for a brief time that evening, Sandra phones him and as a joke, confesses to murdering Crawford. To her surprise, Bob comes to arrest her. Crawford actually had been murdered that evening by a woman wearing a dress like Sandra's. Bob and Sandra go to Crawford's apartment so she can try to prove her innocence. Sandra is saved when her maid Emmy demonstrates that the dress did not arrive wrapped in the original paper. Myra confesses to committing the murder wearing Sandra's dress when Crawford refused to allow her to end her relationship with him. Bob makes Sandra completely happy when he proposes to her.
Helen Jerome Eddy
Wm. P. Carleton
In an Motion Picture Herald "cutting room" column, Irene Hervey was announced in the part of the murderess. In the film, the role is played by Irene Ware, however.