This interminable and inconsequential romantic 'comedy' stars perhaps the screen's least attractive couple of all time, Arthur Lake and Sue Carol. Future Dagwood Bumstead Lake plays a young bank teller caught up with the intrigue swirling around the package of land he wishes to sell to the city and the competing package owned by the family of sweetheart Marie (Carol). Young master Lake spends the bulk of the running time whining and concludes his performance with the worst ten minute drunk ever captured on celluloid. Carol is only slightly less annoying, and the film was statically shot by Leo Tover, who--true to the early sound edicts of the day--nailed his camera down to keep his cast in range of the microphones. A real chore to sit through.
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