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The manager of a new hotel is in trouble--it's opening day and his staff has quit, including the plumbers who have yet to install any bathtubs in the rooms. As angry guests keep demanding ... See full summary »

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The manager of a new hotel is in trouble--it's opening day and his staff has quit, including the plumbers who have yet to install any bathtubs in the rooms. As angry guests keep demanding rooms with a tub, the manager's janitor tells him of someone he knows who has invented the "automatic bathtub"--just what the manager thinks he needs to keep his guests happy. However, the inventor hasn't quite gotten all the "bugs" out of his invention yet. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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endearing slapstick
26 October 2004 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Billy Franey shines in this comedy about an inventor who decides an 'automatic bathtub' would be just a ticket for a hotel whose baths haven't arrived on time for the opening (we see a letter signed, Piper and Fawcett, plumbers ...).

Snag is, there is only the one bath which comes when it is called. From room to room it speeds, often before one guest can put a leg into it, sometimes with bather still inside! It made me think of Fawlty Towers with its speed and slapstick.

May be Poverty Row comedy but there is much to enjoy in this short.


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