An ordinary man is confronted by gangsters who have reason to believe a treasure is buried somewhere on his property.
Timid teatoatler until he took a shot of romance. He's the roughest, toughest, swashbuckling buccaneer that ever took a lady's love by storm- and made her like it. He'll scuttle your blues with the greatest combination of laughs and thrills. (Print Ad- Portsmouth Times, ((Portsmouth, Ohio)) 28 January 1931)
Did You Know?
The play opened in New york on 30 December 1921. See more
In the final scene where Ambrose Applejohn is climbing the wall with the help of a vine, it is clear by the action of the vine that it is controlled from above. See more
Version of Strangers of the Night
Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
Music by R. Melish
Lyrics (poem to Celia) by Ben Jonson
Played on a bass violin by John Halliday See more