Fleeing from the twin horrors of prospective marriage and the baleful Aunt Agatha, Bertie sails to New York with Jeeves, where he hopes to lie low but instead he is charged with minding the ultra-shy mother's boy Wilmot, son of Lady Malvern, and showing him the high life. Oddly enough Wilmot takes only too well to the night-spots of Manhattan, wearing Bertie out in the process. Tuppy Glossop also arrives, to talk about car exportation with wealthy businessman Mr. Stoker. Unfortunately Tupper's business plan is nowhere near as lofty as it should be.
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Jeeves and Wooster is circa the 1920's and the Prohibition era, yet the marquees in the shots of Times Square show movies from the 1940's...The Outlaw with Jane Russell, and Saratoga Trunk with Gary Cooper. See more
Rockmetteller 'Rocky' Todd
[walking down a New York City street, composing poetry and spotting a neon diner sign where the final two letters have burned out
Wait a minute - din! The din of the city. The city without pity.