About the film
vaudeville theater troupe host
Release Date: April 01, 1938
|Slogan||:||«THEY WERE FULL OF FLASH - BUT NEVER FLUSH!»|
|Production Companies||:||Universal Pictures|
|Producers||:||Edmund Grainger, Camille Collins|
|Writers||:||Roy Chanslor, A. Dorian Otvos|
Pat and Molly Malloy, once famed vaudeville and Broadway performers, arrive to play the small town of Hamilton, Conn. with a troupe of dancers, singers, a trained dog and an educated seal. Harry Clark, the clerk at the rundown Swanzey Hotel, insults Pat and the latter uses the $4000, that he and Molly have been saving for years to buy a retirement farm, to buy the hotel so he can fire Harry. Local skinflint, J.A. Higgins wants the hotel as he knows the state has intentions to buy it for a museum, but Pat won't sell.