Kip Cooper, a successful comedy star and the hot of the nation starring on his own television show. His agent, in flashback, tells a young, inexperienced comedian how Cooper rose to the top, mostly running over others on the way. Copper was a small-time comedian who worked upwards through sheer aggressiveness. He double-crosses his sweetheart after she gets him a big break, lies, cheats and steals material in his efforts to succeed. But, he sees the light. Written by
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Did You Know?
In the audition scene with Virginia Mayo, Berle imitates an upper-crust type, wearing a monocle and a robe or smoking jacket with an Art Deco-esque print. This unusual-looking garment was used in a movie at least once previously. It was worn by Monty Woolley
in The Man Who Came to Dinner
(1942). See more
Mrs. Gracie Kennedy Washburn
I'm not the girl I used to be. I'm beginning to think I never was.
Auld Lang Syne
Traditional Scottish 17th century music
In the score when Eddie reminisces about comics who are gone See more