About the film
Take It from Me
Release Date: October 10, 1926
|Slogan||:||«Here's your chance to get a howling eyeful in the funniest department store ever filmed.»|
|Production Companies||:||Universal Pictures|
|Director||:||William A. Seiter|
|Writers||:||Harvey F. Thew|
Tom Eggett, with the help of his pals, Dick and Van, loses the last cent of his inheritance, is evicted from his apartment, and is rejected by Gwen, his fiancée. A codicil to his uncle's will, however, stipulates that he shall inherit the Eggett department store provided that he operate it for 3 months at a profit. Cyrus Crabb, manager of the store, is determined to gain possession of the business and arranges for the company's credit to be canceled during Tom's management, though Grace Gordon, a stenographer, has evidence of his perfidy.