This delicious farce with music is one of those delightful B movies where all the ingredients came together, showing that less is more. When a film opens with a battling couple unseen having an argument and the reactions of a puppy and canary are all you see, that's a good start in my book. A pranksterish parrot gets in on the action when the ex husband boards a train to the location and is thought to be the groom of a woman he just met. The return to the honeymoon lodge (run by nervous nancy Franklin Pangborn) creates more havoc, resulting in a day in court where all the screwy truth comes out.
David Bruce and June Vincent play the newly divorced couple who head into divorce court and decide to try to reconnect at the location of their honeymoon. But on the way, he encounters Harriet Hilliard where all the confusion begins. Hillard's husband, Ozzie Nelson, is in charge of the band, and specialties by Tip, Tap and Toe and Veloz and Yolanda are a ton of fun. This lodge gets five stars from me!
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