Despite the good supporting cast (Lew Ayres, especially), this entry in the series doesn’t quite click for me.
The Maisie character works better when she’s not completely removed from a working-class environment, which is what happens here.
Putting her in a mansion and calling her a maid could have led to an interesting story about haves and have nots. But except for a short stretch when she first arrives at the mansion and is made to feel uncomfortable by some of the upper crust, her social class doesn’t really come into play. The wealthy family largely welcomes her and is grateful when she lectures them.
Something about that doesn’t ring true especially for this series, which occasionally does make pointed…