Ann Martin will inherit six-million dollars if she marries a man her two spinster-aunts approve of, but, so far, her aunts haven't approved of any man she knows. Ann tries to get a bashful hotel clerk to marry her in name only, and then get a divorce, but he refuses to because he is in love with her. Her cousin then brings in another clerk and Ann now has two men on her hands. Ann now wants to marry the first clerk, having discovered she also loves him, but the aunts object. She then hires two gigolos to charm her aunts into a compromising situation.
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1,404 sure laughs! 1,293 sure thrills! 1926 on the laugh pan - it's a knockout! (original poster)
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This photoplay was reviewed in the New York Times under the title LOOSE ANKLES (21 November 1926). See more
Version of Loose Ankles