Department store owner J.P. Merrick finds that several of his employees are unionizing to get more money and better working conditions. In order to find out who the organizers are, he gets a job at the store as a shoe salesman. Not realizing his true identity, he's befriended by Mary Jones and Joe O'Brien, the two ringleaders, and Elizabeth Ellis, a charming older woman with whom he develops a romance.
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planned to remake the picture with her as the devil and the title "The Devil and Mr. Jones," but that project never materialized. See more
During the beach scene, the people in the background change completely from shot to shot. However, the crowd in the opening shot of the beach scene is the same as the one in the final shot. See more
I have a seventh sense.
You mean a sixth sense.
I mean a seventh sense. I have a sixth and seventh sense.
The foreword after the opening credits reads: Dear Richest Men in the World: We made up this character in the story, out of our own heads. It's nobody, really. The whole thing is make-believe. We'd feel awful if anyone was offended. Thank you, The Author, Director and Producer. P.S. Nobody sue. P.P.S. Please. See more
Referenced in The Devil and Mr. Jones
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
Played aboard ship at the end and sung by the employees. See more