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Overview

It's in three distinct segments. The first and probably best involves Charley, his girlfriend, and her father foolish her mother and the suitor she prefers into getting Charley into the house for dinner. In the later two segments, in which Charley must get married within minutes to get a job, and then tries to go on a picnic with his new family, are both also packed with laughs and timed with an almost musical brilliance.

  1. Gilbert Pratt

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Charley Chase

    Charley Chase

    Charley Chase

  2. James Finlayson

    James Finlayson

    Kitty's Father

  3. Lillian Elliott

    Kitty's Mother

  4. Gay Seabrook

    Kitty

  5. Eddie Dunn

    Eddie Dunn

    Eddie Jenkins

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Status Released

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  • December 30, 1931
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 21m

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50

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