A high-society gent has a secret life - he writes murder mysteries and hangs out with the police attempting to solve crimes. This causes him no end of problems when his wife wants to know about his little disappearances and exceptionally late nights out. Written by
John Vogel <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
The original play called "Katzenzungen" was written by Ladislas Fodor
using the pseudonym W. George Selous. It was adapted into English by Bernard Merivale
, with additional dialogue by Jeffrey Dell
, and produced in London under the title "Blondie White." See more
When Francis is talking to Blondie White, she says she'll meet him at the bus station in an hour. "That's four O'Clock." she says. When Francis is with his secretary, looking for her later the same day, Francis suggests she might be at rehearsal, and the secretary says they don't start until 2'O clock. That means it's earlier now than when he left home, after breakfast, to go to Blondie's Apartment. See more
Det. 'Hoppy' Hopkins
[to the turbanned Ahmed Bey
What's the matter? You got a headache?
References The Maltese Falcon
"Up the Chimney Go My Dreams"
Music by Ray Henderson See more