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Elmer Whippet inherits the Whippet Pickles company and sets out to meet the two stars, Mary Reynolds and John Stowe, of the radio program sponsored by his company, as he thinks their on-air quarreling is real. Two former associates, Jules Kinsey and J.M. Snow cross him up by substituting Susan Blair, an office secretary, for Mary and Elmer thinks the show's writer Paul Stevens is John.

  1. Charles Lamont


  2. Hugh Wedlock Jr.


  3. Howard A Snyder


  4. Bernard Feins


Top Billed Cast

  1. Hugh Herbert

    Hugh Herbert

    Elmer Whippet / Oscar Whippet

  2. Mischa Auer

    Mischa Auer

    Stanislaus Noodnick aka Charlie

  3. Jane Frazee

    Jane Frazee

    Mary Reynolds

  4. Anne Gwynne

    Anne Gwynne

    Susan Blair

  5. Robert Paige

    Robert Paige

    Paul Stevens

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Status Released

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  • January 2, 1942


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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