Dr. Burton's divorce is about to be effective when his flappery ex-wife Irene pays him a visit turning everything upside down. To avoid explanations to his bride-to-be and her mother they all take the train, including Irene and her lawyer, who will try to prevent him from committing bigamy, as the divorce won't be effective until midnight.
When a Beautiful Divorcess makes up her mind to snatch her former husband from the jaws of a second untried matrimonial adventure. have your eyes open for the unusual. This is only one reason why "The Girl in the Pullman" is the most amusing farce comedy of the screen season. Don't miss it. (Print Ad- Press Democrat, ((Santa Rosa, Calif.)) 25 March 1928)
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