An outstanding success on Broadway and| in the summer theaters. "Dascom Dinsmore is the feverish wireless operator with whom the story deals. You come upon him in a fidgety, sex-starved mood, tossing himself from chair to davenport and back again, casting miniature airplanes about the room, taking slingshots at a cowbell and registering frustration with all his might and main. Unkempt and careless as to costume, his wild oats are behind him, and the future stretches, heartbreakingly womanless, ahead. You can imagine what happens when Ethel Campion, young, beautiful and charming, descends literally from the clouds, bringing her fiance, Sir James Fenton, with her. Their airplane is smashed beyond repair, railroads are non-existent, rivers are frozen over. What is there to do but radio for assistance and wait for that assistance to arrive? It's a long time coming, thanks to dashing Dascom's aerial double-crossing and the unexpected appearance of Clara Wilson, one of Mr. Dinsmore's cast-off fiancees. How Dascom wins Ethel, how Clara wins Sir James is the purport of the tale. Added up and divided into three acts, it amounts to a brisk and fun-filled evening, with a chuckle here, a giggle there and an occasional guffaw to make the moment merrier." - Robert Garland in the New York World-Telegram. A carefree, laughable and very human comedy for advanced amateurs.