Director: Richard Wallace

Writer(s): Harold Goldman, Andrew Solt, Jack Henley, Joseph Hoffman, Lily Hatvany

Starring: Charles Coburn, Marguerite Chapman, Bill Carter, Isobel Elsom, Edward Gargan, Mary Wickes, Almira Sessions, Eddy Waller, Ralph Peters, Ivan F. Simpson, Reginald Sheffield, Betty Brewer, Melville Cooper, Jessie Arnold, Irving Bacon, Gladys Blake, Wade Boteler, Virginia Brissac, Barbara Brown, Stanley Brown, Romaine Callender, George Chandler, Chester Conklin, Gino Corrado, Edgar Dearing, Earle S. Dewey, Ralph Dunn, Sarah Edwards, Dick Elliott, John Elliott, Fern Emmett, Joel Friedkin, Eddie Hall, Ethyl May Halls, Charles Halton, Sam Harris, Harry Hayden, Earle Hodgins, Kathleen Howard, Eddie Kane, Donald Kerr, Lillian Lawrence, Tommy Mack, Eric Mayne, George McKay, Robert McKenzie, Patsy Moran, Mantan Moreland, Odette Myrtil, Shirley Patterson, Hal Price, Constance Purdy, Ruth Robinson, Blanche Rose, Virginia Sale, Richard Talmadge, Andrew Tombes, John Tyrrell, Minerva Urecal, Norma Varden, Ruth Warren, Lewis Wilson, Craig Woods, Constance Worth

Synopsis: Rudyard Morley, an eccentric ambassador from the Court of Saint James, is on a good-will lecture tour of the United States. His English gourmet cook is unable to accompany him, and this upsets him more than a little bit. He hires away a cook of eighteen years service to a New England socialite. This act of diplomatic-rudeness gives rise to several complication which grow more complicated when Morley’s daughter begins a romance with the son of the socialite.

Release Date: October 1943 (USA) | Length: 81 min | Genre: Comedy | Certificate: Approved

Note: I didn’t find a trailer for this film. Above is a clip from the movie.



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