Errol goes to a convention with his pal, but upon his return tells his wife he was on a deer hunting trip, and then lapses into amnesia.

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Lydia Bilbrook ...
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Ed Taylor
Bud Jamison ...
Judson, the butler
Ann Summers ...
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Philip Errol
Dorothy Granger ...
Woman from Atlantic City
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Policeman
Dorothy Christy ...
Mrs. Taylor
Mary Halsey ...
Taxi Cab Driver
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Errol goes to a convention with his pal, but upon his return tells his wife he was on a deer hunting trip, and then lapses into amnesia.

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23 October 1942 (USA)  »

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It's Leon Errol who gets caught in the headlights.
21 November 2014 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Lady Epping is reunited with her Lord (Leon Errol) here, but hubby appears minus his "Mexican Spitfire" disguise, so in essence, Lydia Bilibrook is playing the Elisabeth Risdon character, the wife frazzled by her husband's schemes. She's not as nagging as Risdon's Aunt Della, more frazzled like a subtle Billie Burke. The plot line surrounds a stolen deer head and Errol's drunken blackout where he had stolen the head from a restaurant to prove he had been hunting rather than on the convention which was most likely Bullwinkle moose rather than Bambi deer. There's more confusion involving the arrival of their newly married son, having just eloped with a young woman they've never met, and Errol's confusion upon meeting her, thinking that he's committed bigamy while under the spell of hooch. Errol tries to hide the two Mrs. Errols with hysterical chaos. More of the same from the Errol school of two reelers which had many bags, some five and dime, some Macy's, yet usually stuffed with a variety of goodies for shoppers of both stores.


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