Papa Strauss, a widower, is being shifted around from one married-son's home to the other, and is unwelcome at all because his daughter-in-laws' object to his smelly pipe smoking. Finally the family tucks him 'out of sight and out of mind' into a nursing home, with very little 'honor thy father' thought given to it. However, unmarried daughter, Lena, who loves her father dearly, has a bright fiancée, who makes a lot of money off of a patent, and they make a home for him. Written by
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Richard Thorpe's name in the opening credits is printed in cursive script to make it look like a signature. Usually only much more prestigious directors, like Erich von Stroheim, were billed this way. See more