Goldwyn star Vivian Martin is the lead in this farce, which has a plot that was overdone even in 1922. Irvin S. Cobb brightens things up a bit with witty title cards. Polly (Martin) is a pretty young actress who is down on her luck. To make money, she poses as a French maid and is sent to work for Hawker (Thomas Meegan) and his family, uncouth Midwesterners who have struck oil and become wealthy. One of Polly's jobs is to teach the family manners, a task which is pretty much impossible. On top of that, the Hawker's son, Zeke (Ralph Yearsly), tries to romance her, while she much prefers Mac, a famous actor who is a neighbor (Wallace Ray). Countess Carstairs (Grace Studiford) and the Marquis de Void (Walter McEwen) -- fake nobility but real swindlers -- worm their way into the Hawkers' lives in order to steal their money. The Hawkers eventually come to the realization that they belong back in the Midwest, while Polly accepts Mac's marriage proposal.
~ Janiss Garza, All Movie Guide