The gentle, whimsical humor of Hugh Herbert highlights THAT MAN'S HERE AGAIN, a little tale of romantic difficulties. Always enjoyable to watch, particularly in a big film with seasoned costars with which to interact, here Herbert is not given quite enough to satisfy his fans. Not until the closing sequence is his zany quirkiness given fuller rein and he turns what has been essentially a drama into light comedy. It's worth the wait.
Tom Brown & Mary Maguire play the elevator operator and maid whose happiness Herbert determines to ensure. Brown portrayed the stalwart juvenile lead in many movies during the 1930's and he always turned in a good performance. Miss Maguire, with her charming Australian accent, is radiant; a real joy to watch. It is a shame major Hollywood stardom eluded her.
The title obviously refers to Herbert, but otherwise is meaningless. Interestingly, the mystery surrounding Miss Maguire's past is never explained--a surprising loose end considering the requirements of the Production Code.