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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Did You Know?
This film received its earliest documented telecast in Los Angeles Friday 17 April 1953 on KECA (Channel 7). See more
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