Sam Hubert, a theatrical manager, learns that his greatest rival in the theatrical field has signed up a new and brilliant star, Corinne, the dancer, whom Hubert has never met. He feels that he must do something to counteract this scoop and decides to leave at once for Philadelphia for the purpose of signing up a certain European celebrity who has just arrived from abroad. Accordingly he motors over. Corinne, the dancer, in an early morning country spin, meets with a smashup. She seeks refuge in a little Quaker cottage nearby and is given a Quaker dress and outfit to wear while her own is being repaired. She insists on being allowed to help around the house and starts off for the spring. Hubert, his trip to Philadelphia a failure, is returning. Pretending that his radiator needs water, he hurries to the spring and meets the fair Quakeress. She recognizes Hubert and sees an opportunity for fun and publicity. So she pretends to fall for Hubert when that man makes gallant advances to her...
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