THE MILKMAN did not deliver the cream in this picture, a silly vehicle for O'Connor and Durante in which they strut what little stuff is given them by the quartet of writers. That it took four authors to make this film is a mystery and proof that too many cows spoil the milk. O'Connor is an
addled war veteran whose father, O'Neill, owns a large dairy. O'Neill's old pal, Durante, works for a different milk company and is about to retire from his job. O'Neill would like O'Connor to rest from his war rigors, as the boy has a speech affliction that causes him to speak like one of Ross
Bagdasarian's chipmunks when he is under tension, which is often. O'Connor wants to f...