Erudite manservant Jeeves hopes to keep his frivolous employer Bertie out of new harrowing adventures, but a damsel in distress, carrying half of some mysterious plans, intrudes on their London flat one rainy night. Bertie follows her to country hotel Mooring Manor, prepared to do slapstick battle with crooks posing as Scotland Yard men.
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Apart from the presence of Jeeves and Wooster and the fact that Bertie annoys Jeeves by playing a musical instrument badly and incessantly, the film bears no resemblance in plot or characters to P. G. Wodehouse's 1934 novel of the same name. See more
What do you mean?
Well I can't take you into my confidence - you'll just have to trust your old friend Wooster, that's all. You see, I've decided to take over Miss Lowman's interests permanently.
Do you mind telling us what you're talking about?
No, not at all old boy, it's a pleasure. I have persuaded Miss Lowman that a life of dishonesty never did pay in the final analysis. Of course I never could bear a thief at any price. However, she's an exception, we know that.
Is he pulling our leg?
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