Poor girl Viola Dana learns that money isn't everything, when she falls in love with millionaire restaurateur's son Ralph Graves and finds herself and her new husband disinherited by angry Burr McIntosh, in "That Certain Thing" (1928). Now on their own without a dime, Dana and Graves hatch a plan to make box lunches and sell them to construction workers from the back of a car. The plan succeeds and puts the McIntosh's restaurants out of business. This silent film gem was one of legendary comedy director Frank Capra's earliest films. Co-starring Aggie Herring.