Jack Haley and Betty Furness star in this funny screwball comedy about a hotel barber and a society princess who actually get to meet and fall in love in the craziest of circumstances.
One of Haley's special duties is to look after permanent hotel resident Monroe Owsley who is a perpetually drunk playboy who has a date with Furness and family to discuss business. But Owsley if he ever had a serious thought in his head it would die of loneliness. So while he's still trying to negotiate sobriety, Haley impersonates Owsley and starts mingling with one of New York's 400.
The head of the family is Raymond Walburn who is one of those players that you know exactly what to expect from with his bloviating style of comedy. Ditto Arthur Treacher as the family butler and so on down the line of familiar players.
As for Haley dreams to come true for whom Owsley names Mister Cinderella. But it's how it happens that makes Mister Cinderella fun to watch.
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