About the film
comic strip artist
Jiggs and Maggie in Court
Release Date: December 12, 1948
|Slogan||:||«MAGGIE GETS 30 DAYS...and JIGGS goes on the wildest spree in fun history!»|
|Production Companies||:||Monogram Pictures|
|Writers||:||Edward F. Cline, George McManus, Barney Gerard|
Maggie is resentful of being pointed out and laughed at in public because she resembles the cartoon character in the George McManus comic strip "Bringing Up Father." She visits McManus in his studio office and tries to persuade him to stop drawing the syndicated comic-strip. He tells her he will...in 1959. Maggie, not getting any younger, retains counsel and takes McManus to court.