Assistant director Edgar Kennedy is exasperated enough in he and his wife Florence having to live with his mother-in-law and brother-in-law, but what's worse is that they don't seem to respect him or his abilities. He could direct a picture if he wanted to,... except the one he's working on now as it stars the temperamental and thus impossible to work with Carol Benet. He is thrown into the lion's pit when he has to take over directing the final few scenes of the movie which need to be completed by the end of the day. Beyond the fact that Miss Benet also doesn't respect him, whether Edgar is able to finish the movie or not by the deadline, if he doesn't which could mean the end of his career, is largely affected by the fact that Florence and her family have sneaked onto the studio lot.
Did You Know?
Florence Kennedy - Edgar's Wife
Oh, my goodness. There's a murder in the paper every morning.
Edgar, Movie Director
[glaring at Brother
Wait 'til you see the evening papers.
Composed by Euphemia Allen
(a.k.a. Arhur de Lulli) (1877)
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