Double bill of British comedies from the 1930s. In 'Heads - We Go!' (1933), directed by Monty Banks, Constance Cummings stars as Betty Smith, an ordinary woman. When she realises she is the spit of a wealthy actress, she masquerades as her and enjoys a luxurious holiday aboard the Tyrrell yacht with her friend Lil (Binnie Barnes). Allan Dwan directs 'I Spy' (1934) in which Americans actress Thelma Coldwater (Sally Eilers) and wealthy womaniser Wally Sawyer (Ben Lyon) unite in England to prevent foreign intelligence agents from causing harm.