Cast & Crew
[The following plot summary is based on the English-language version of this film, Let Us Be Gay ; character names refer to that version.] Kitty and Bob Brown part when he begins to take her for granted and engages in a flirtation with a vivacious blonde. Three years later, Mrs. Bouccicault, a wealthy and scheming socialite, finds that her granddaughter, Madge, is infatuated with Bob, though she is engaged to Bruce. The society matron calls on Kitty, whom she has met in Paris, to enlist her help in breaking up the infatuation. After mistaking many other men for her prey, Kitty discovers him to be none other than her divorced husband. Difficulties ensue, however, as Kitty becomes the focus of attention for all the male guests, and Mrs. Bouccicault spends most of her time chasing them away, finally sending for Kitty's children as a last resort. Consequently, Madge gives up her romance with Bob; and after some persuasion, he regains the affections of his former wife.
Jean Del Val
This was a French-language version of the 1930 film, Let Us Be Gay, which was directed by Robert Z. Leonard and starred Norma Shearer and Rod La Rocque. The credits for the French version were taken from a studio cutting continuity. The working title of the French version was Gai, gai, démarions-nous. A production chart in Hollywood Filmograph incorrectly lists the director of Soyons gais as André Luguet.