Good comedy starring Woolley as a 65-year-old worker who is forcibly retired from his job at the Acme Printing Co. Outraged by his ouster he decides to get back at boss Dekker by impersonating the president of the conglomerate that owns the printing company. Posing as the head honcho, he
forces Dekker to remove the forced retirement policy. Woolley then gets nationwide press coverage following an eloquent speech he makes on the dignity of man. Look for Marilyn Monroe in an early performance as Dekker's secretary.