Making her American film debut, Annabella is woefully miscast as the Baroness, due to several problems: her English was not yet ready to be heard by human ears and her comedic talents still needed refining. She is the married daughter of the Hungarian Prime Minister (Stephenson), and her
husband (Schildkraut) doesn't know how to handle this spitfire. Powell is the butler in the castle and eventually becomes leader of the opposition party. In that capacity, he makes an impassioned speech on behalf of old-age pensions, relief programs, and the reduction of armaments, a speech that
could have been made this morning in Congress. The butler returns as a full-fledged pol...