Anita Garvin and Marion Byron star as a pair of struggling singles whose double date doesn’t go as planned when it turns out the guys in question are a pair of, well, tights. The quest for ice cream descends into a signature Hal Roach tit for tat battle. Chaos ensues, is what I’m saying.
Rivaling Mae Busch for the title of Most Deadly Woman in the Laurel and Hardy comedies, Anita Garvin is probably best remembered for taking a shotgun to the hapless duo in the 1930 short Blotto. A year before, Miss Garvin was trying her hand at drama in The Charlatan, a tidy little manor house mystery.