Daisy Moran is Henry Brodman's private secretary and secretly married to his son, Henry Jr. John Durant, an out-of-town customer, arrives with his wife, and calls Brodman to arrange a party... See full summary »

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(as Frank Strayer)

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(story), (scenario)

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John Durant
Robert Agnew ...
Henry Brodman Jr.
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Mrs. John Durant
Ethel Wales ...
Mrs. Henry Brodman
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Henry Brodman
Harry Lorraine ...
Sergeant
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Daisy Moran is Henry Brodman's private secretary and secretly married to his son, Henry Jr. John Durant, an out-of-town customer, arrives with his wife, and calls Brodman to arrange a party. Daisy volunteers to go with Brodman,as his wife will be out of town. Daisy wears Mrs. Brodman's clothes and her pearl necklace, and is greeted as Mrs. Brodman. They go to a cabaret and the police make a raid, and arrest Daisy charging she has stolen the pearls. She is released when Mrs. Durant tells the police she is Mrs. Brodman. Not daring to face his wife, Brodman takes the group to his summer house, where is son is sleeping. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

Certificate:

Passed
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15 October 1925 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Hustru för en dag  »

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1.33 : 1
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