Everyweek Newsmagazine editor Richard Kurt pursues psuedo-portait artist Marion Forsythe on her arrival from Europe after painting (and possibly being involved with) notables all over the ... See full summary »
Edward H. Griffith
Edward Everett Horton
The beautiful and frivolous wife of a plantation owner in antebellum Louisiana proves unsatisfactory at running the household, leading her serious-minded husband to enlist the help of her unmarried sister.
The fascinating Grace Herbert has many years' experience as a professional gold-digger. Her finances at a low ebb, she finds her mature beauty less effective than of yore, and takes on ... See full summary »
Internationally acclaimed ventriloquist Nina Conti, takes the bereaved puppets of her mentor and erstwhile lover Ken Campbell on a pilgrimage to 'Venthaven' the resting place for puppets of... See full summary »
One of over 700 Paramount Productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since. See more »
This is the first movie I have ever found on IMDb which has neither a plot description nor any reviews. Surprising since this is a rather charming comedy and is lots of fun. Is it a screwball comedy? Maybe not in the classic sense but it has its moments. What you get is many of the best character actors of the 1930s doing what they did best. I watched it to see Ruth Warren who was always a treat. As a bonus, this is one of only five films made by the wonderful Peggy Conklin. I was unfamiliar with her work but am now a fan. She reminds me of Patricia Farr. One item that is hard to get past is Miss Conklin being married to Edward Everett Horton in this outing. She was 30 and looked to be 20 and he was 50 and could pass for 60! Well, it was Hollywood and we have seen this situation before. Watch this if you get the chance, it is worth your time.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this