A wife whose husband is away asks her decorator to impersonate her husband, to help her deal with a pest. Soon there is quite a web of confusion that also involves the decorator's ... See full summary »

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Sally Curtis
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Elizabeth Campbell
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A wife whose husband is away asks her decorator to impersonate her husband, to help her deal with a pest. Soon there is quite a web of confusion that also involves the decorator's girlfriend and the wife's suddenly returned husband. Written by Snow Leopard

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24 August 1936 (USA)  »

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An Amusing Short Comedy
31 May 2001 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

"So And Sew" is an amusing short comedy that gets good mileage out of simple coincidence and mistaken identity. An interior decorator working in a customer's home is asked by the wife to impersonate her husband, in order to help her deal with a pest who is making advances to her. But the decorator's girlfriend (a young Lucille Ball) happens to be an old friend of the wife, and when she comes to visit there is quite a tangle of misunderstandings.

The results are mostly entertaining and watchable, and this is a pretty good film of its kind.


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