20 August 1932
|Director: Jules White Producer: Hal Roach Dialogue: H.M. Walker
Cinematography: George Meehan Editor: Richard C. Currier Sound recording: James Greene
The girls are in their apartment when the landlady calls up to tell them they are wanted on the telephone. Zasu takes the call (whilst eating an apple) and accepts a job offer for her, Thelma and their monkey to appear in the biggest show of the year whilst fumbling around with the receiver and her apple then rushes back upstairs to tell Thelma.
The girls get themselves ready (with the obligatory state-of-undressing shot from Thelma) and make their way to the train depot. At the train depot, the star of the show, Anita Garvin is shown a newspaper advert for her show (see image left) and complains that her name is printed so small that she can hardly read it (!) Soon after, she is attacked by the monkey belonging to Zasu and Thelma.
Matters worsen when Miss Garvin spots Miss Todd wearing 'her' coat and forcibly tries to remove it from Thelma. A wide-eyed Anita calls for a policeman, who attempts to establish the ownership of the coat.
•This was the tenth film in the Pitts/Todd series.
•Production A-9 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series.
•Filmed May 11-17, 1932.
•Copyrighted August 24, 1932.
Did you notice?
•When the guy at the train depot approaches Anita Garvin and shows her the newspaper advert, it almost sounds like he says to her "Just look at that beautiful ASS"!
Woman on stairs
Train passenger in lower berth
Blonde train passenger
Showgirl on train
Richard Finegan (identifying Lois January)
Jack Tillmany (identification of Dorothy Vernon)
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