It's All in Your Mind (1938)
Wilbur Crane is a meek, mild-mannered bookkeeper who no longer finds his wife, Martha, attractive and sets out for a little fling among the fast crowd while looking for love in all the wrong places. Dorothy, a gold-digger first class, and her business-manager friend, Danny, oblige him. Through camera angles,"art" photos, some semi-nudity, special camera-effects (by Ray Mercer), and strange interludes in Wilbur's mind, and off-screen voices, long-time poverty-row b-western director Bernard B. Ray embarks on the exploitation trail.- Written by Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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