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Wilbur Crane is a meek, mild-mannered bookkeeper who no longer finds his wife, Martha, attractive and sets out for a little fling among the fast crowd while looking for love in all the wrong places. Dorothy, a gold-digger first class, and her business-manager friend, Danny, oblige him. Through camera angles,"art" photos, some semi-nudity, special camera-effects (by Ray Mercer), and strange interludes in Wilbur's mind, and off-screen voices, long-time poverty-row b-western director Bernard B. Ray embarks on the exploitation trail.

  1. Bernard B. Ray

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Byron Foulger

    Byron Foulger

    Wilbur Crane

  2. Constance Bergen

    Constance Bergen

    Dorothy

  3. Lynton Brent

    Lynton Brent

    Danny

  4. Betty Roadman

    Martha Crane

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It's All in Your Mind
It's All in Your Mind

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  • March 28, 1938
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 3m

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