|Writers||E.W. Sargent (scenario)
|Cast||Mae Hotely Bobby Burns Marguerite Ne Moyer Len Brooks Frances Ne Moyer Raymond McKee George Reehm|
|Plot||Miss Bayne is much perturbed because her nieces. Bertha, Bess and Nan, are beating her badly at the game of hearts, and she strenuously objects to their getting married until she secures a husband. Jack Carson has a widowed father and he coaxes dad to keep an eye on the spinster. He tells him that she is rich and beautiful, but when old man Carson sees her he is much disappointed. The girls see what is the trouble and they determine to doll auntie up. By many little arts they improve her every day until she looks perfectly human, and it is not long before the old man capitulates. When he proposes, of course, auntie says, "This is so sudden," but she is too wise to lose her chance. Jack Carson is rewarded with the hand and heart of Bertha. George Radnor wins Bess and Ray Hewitt gets Nan, and the path is paved for four happy marriages.... search for Fixing Auntie Up on IMDb|
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