Walter and Vivian live in the country and have a difficult time keeping servants. Walter hires an private detective who has been fired for arresting the District Attorney. They only way that Walter can get Jerry to work for him is to tell Jerry that his life is in danger; the neighbor is trying to take his wife; and that Nazi spies are everywhere. Jerry needs a cook for his 'cover' so he gets his fiancée Susan to work with him. To keep Jerry working, Walter sends the threatening letters to himself and hires actors to play the spies. It soon becomes apparent that Susan cannot cook and Jerry could not find a spy if he tripped over him. Written by
Tony Fontana <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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[facing the prospect of sharing a room with Susan that has only one double bed
Well, alright. All I have to do is to unravel this bed... err, this case. Maybe the solution to the whole thing is just around the corner.
Well, wherever the corner is I hope there's a bed in it because you're gonna have to have some place to sleep tonight.
Yeah. Hey, maybe I could just tell Mrs. Whirtle that sleeping in the same room with you would make me nervous?
Make YOU nervous? What do you think it's goint to ...
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Song to the Evening Star
Music by Richard Wagner
Played (in altered form) in a sequence towards the end See more