Andrews plays a thriving young pediatrician who makes a mistake by hiring an artist to sketch some "real life" portraits of a doctor's office. The painter is madman Jourdan, who promptly turns the office into a shambles and makes a play for Andrews' wife (Palmer). Gorcey plays a cigar maker
who watches the proceedings from his shop across the way. There are some nice moments of sophisticated humor in the film, but the overall production is hampered by its intellectual pretensions. Voice-overs of the lead characters' thoughts, a la "Strange Interlude," are nice at first but quickly
become overdone. The presence of Gorcey, on leave from running his candy store for th...