In the midst of a mid-life crisis, Henry Smith convinces his wife, Ellen, that they should take separate one-week vacations, with no questions asked. He tries to sow some wild oats with a show girl and a paid escort, while she reacquaints herself with a childhood friend, now a famous explorer. Both get more than they bargained for. Written by
Arthur Hausner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The play opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 24 January 1934 and closed in February 1934 after 37 performances. The opening night cast included Howard Lindsay
as Henry Smith and Dorothy Gish
as Ellen Smith. See more
' onscreen credits lists his character name as Freddie Wilkins, but he's called Freddie Clark throughout the movie. See more
I can understand he doesn't like seasoning, but what's wrong with a little salt?
Well he says salt hardens the arteries.
Oh he just says that to spite me.
Far Above Cayuga's Waters
(ca 1870) (uncredited)
(Cornell University's alma mater)
Music (from the song "Annie Lisle") by H.S. Thompson
Lyrics by Archibald Croswell-Weeks
and Wilmot Moses Smith
Sung a cappella by Gene Lockhart See more