Leopold Dilg is wanted for murder and arson, and persuades the prettiest girl in town, Nora, to hide him in a house which she has rented to a law school dean (Michael) for the summer.
Case of Cary Grant, the outspoken factory town, soapbox 'anti' worker, being tried for arson and the death of factory foreman in the blaze, serves as a vehicle to introduce a pert schoolteacher (Jean Arthur) and a law school dean (Coleman) in a procession of comedy dissertations on law, in theory and practice.
Leopold Dilg, the cause célèbre of "The Talk of the Town," may not be quite as respectable "pixillated" as was Longfellow Deeds of the former film, and certainly his perilous dilemma is not so funny as was his predecessor's.
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