Mrs. Nutt calls in her grandson Charles Nutt III to stop Big Jake Herder of the Texplex Corporation from attempting to buy the Nutt House from her. It doesn't help matters that there is a girl stuck in the hotel phone booth and that the guest list of 600 people is a fraud, having been fudged by Reginald Tarkinton for the last couple of years. Written by
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Did You Know?
Behind every one of these doors there's a story. For example, here's the room where over 400 men and women have consummated their relationships.
Charles Nutt III
The Bridal suite.
No, the broom closet.
is top billed during the opening credits and also gets a 'Special Appearance by' credit for her one off portrayal as Mrs. Nutt. See more
It's a Small World (After All)
Written by Robert B. Sherman
and Richard M. Sherman See more