At a residence hotel, Patsy is moving in with Thelma. Thelma has prepared some rules, including singing whenever one feels quarrelsome or angry. Although Thelma tells Patsy that they'll ... See full summary »
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No plot here. Just a collection of lip-synched videos from some of the bands that were part of the "British Invasion" in 1964. Includes bands such as The Animals, Herman's Hermits, Peter ... See full summary »
At a residence hotel, Patsy is moving in with Thelma. Thelma has prepared some rules, including singing whenever one feels quarrelsome or angry. Although Thelma tells Patsy that they'll share everything, there's precious little closet or drawer space for Patsy's clothes, little room to maneuver around Thelma in the bathroom, and then a sleepless night for Patsy when Thelma goes sleepwalking. Can they share and share alike, or will Patsy keep on singing? Written by
This is one of the better scripted comedy shorts pairing THELMA TODD, blonde and elegant, with short-tempered PATSY KELLY, who is eager to share an apartment suite with her good friend.
Unfortunately, the idea turns sour when Patsy discovers that although she's supposed to share the space equally, it's impossible when Todd's belongings fill up all the allotted space. Furthermore, Todd lets out a panicky scream when Patsy turns the night-table light off when they prepare to sleep.
"I always keep the light on!" declares Todd, much to Kelly's dismay. It turns out that Todd is also a sleepwalker who walks out onto the windowsill in a trance, with Kelly following her to prevent an accident. Naturally, the laughs come as the two struggle with various dangerous predicaments.
It passes the brief time in amusing ways and certainly points up the different acting technique of the two actresses.
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