Constance Talmadge carved out her reputation in a series of bubbly, Lubitsch-flavored comedies. In Her Night of Romance, an heiress traveling in England disguises herself to discourage fortune-hunters. She falls in love with a handsome nobleman (Ronald Coleman) who is secretly impoverished. When they spend a night alone at his former estate, they are forced to pretend that they are married. Talmadge also appears in Her Sister From Paris, portraying a frumpy-but-faithful housewife and her sophisticated twin sister. When a hausfrau's husband (Colman) begins to lose interest in his wife, the arrival of her twin, a dancer and "woman of the world" provides just the right impetus to reinvigorate their relationship.