Alan Tanner's new play opens in a week, but Tanner just can't finish the third act. He's retreated to a snowbound cottage to work, but blonde neighbor Pat Quinn wants to play. Producer Arthur Layton sends Alice, Alan's first wife, to help him stick to business. But then Daisy, his second wife, shows up wanting her alimony. Stranded with two wives, a girlfriend, and a jug of applejack, Alan still has to finish his play!
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Did You Know?
Although obviously not credited as such, this is very clearly a knock-off of George M. Cohan's play "Seven Keys to Baldpate," which RKO had just filmed the previous year. See more
Early in the movie, Mr. Layton (Porter Hall) has a large cigar in his mouth. The cigar moves from side to side as the camera angle changes. Much too fast and not in continuity with the scene. See more
With me by his side, he wouldn't get into jams!
When I was married to him, it was jam for breakfast, jam for lunch, and jam for dinner.
Music by James Pierpont
Variations in the score during the opening credits See more