Biff Grimes is pugnacious but likable young man during the Gay 90's living with his ne'er-do-well father, noted for their scrappy personalities and quick tempers. Like every other young man in town, Biff has a crush on gorgeous and flirtatious 'strawberry blonde' Virginia Brush, who gets catcalls every time she walks past the all-male clientèle of the neighborhood barber shop. Biff is joined in his admiration by his friends, Nick Pappalis, an immigrant Greek barber, and Hugo Barnsfeld, an unscrupulously ambitious young man who doesn't let anything stand in the way of what he wants, including Virginia. Utilizing both fair means and foul Hugo sweeps Vrginia off her feet and frames Biff as the fall guy in a political graft schemee. However, every dog has his day, and eight years later Biff stands poised to take his revenge. Written by
Did You Know?
James Hagen's play, "One Sunday Afternoon," opened at the Little Theatre in New York City on 15 February 1933 and closed in November 1933 after 322 performances. Lloyd Nolan
played Biff Grimes. See more
The skins of the bananas that Biff eats, disappear from under the bench when he and Virginia stand up. See more
[they are at the Statue of Liberty and they watch a woman slap a man for trying to kiss her
And she was right too.
Well, if a man can't get liberties here, where can he?
Referenced in Strangers on a Train
When You Were Sweet Sixteen
Written by James Thornton See more