Plagued by chest pains, a stiff neck, and a ringing in his ears, average guy Joe McDoakes sees a doctor who tells him he only has a month to live. McDoakes decides to live those thirty days to the fullest. He burns his bridges by physically attacking both his boss and IRS agent and proceeds to go on a spending binge that has him buying a new car and boat, hiring a butler and gypsy violinist, being showered with the attentions of beautiful women, and scheduling a trans-Atlantic cruise only to find that his symptoms are attributable to a tight shirt collar. Written by
G. Taverney (email@example.com)
Did You Know?
When McDoakes refers to taking the piano out of the Presidential Suite on the transatlantic liner he is sailing on, he is referring to the then current President Harry Truman's penchant for playing the instrument. See more
You know, I love Europe this time of year. It's so... so... European! Tell me, did you get the bridal Suite?
I'm sorry, sir; all I could get is the Presidential Suite.
Oh! Have the piano taken out.
Followed by So You Never Tell a Lie
I Know That You Know
Music by Vincent Youmans
Played during the opening credits and at the end See more