The "Mighty Man" of this gay, frivolous comedy is a wealthy, aristocratic theatrical producer, and a wolf. THE STORY, as told by Atkinson NY Times: "The theatre producer, Alexander Smith (who never appears on the stage), has been deceiving his wife with Mrs. Clyde, a lady of advanced views in Sands Point. Alex is cracked up in an automobile accident en route to New York. At first the lady's travelling case, found in the wrecked car, seems to be the property of Mrs. Clyde. Mrs. Smith coyly cons her into coming to the Smith apartment. When Mrs. Clyde arrives, they both discover that the traveling case belongs to someone else. Mr. Smith has not only been two-timing his wife; he also has been three-timing her. For the rest of the evening A MIGHTY MAN IS HE shows how the wife and the No. 1 mistress combine against the little chippy in slacks who has been replacing both of them."
Produced on Broadway after an extended cross-country tour, starring Nancy Kelly.