A rich man leaves all his money to his grandson on the condition that he must be married within 24 hours, otherwise the money will go to the boy's father. The father sets out to sabotage ... See full summary »
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A rich man leaves all his money to his grandson on the condition that he must be married within 24 hours, otherwise the money will go to the boy's father. The father sets out to sabotage his son's efforts so he can get all the money for himself. Written by
Art Hinkle will lose his multimillion dollar inheritance if he doesn't get married soon (like, within days). Lissa Layng is the unlikely object of his urgent affections. Jonathan Winters is the dead guy. He obviously had his choice of roles here -- he disappears after ten or fifteen minutes of laugh-free film time. This movie is so bad it could be used to teach people how not to have fun. It fails on all levels: acting, writing, direction, cinematography. Probably the music stinks, too, but I can't remember for sure.
My father dragged me to see this one when in was in the theaters. I have forgiven him, since he paid for the tickets (full price!!). I hope his taste has improved.
Just Say No.
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