The Gallery Players presents this British farce in which an arrogant doctor fends off a paternity suit, an ex-wife, and various other lunatics so that he may deliver an important speech at an international conference. More…
Dr. David Mortimore is a pretentious neurologist who is about to deliver a major speech at an important medical conference. A knighthood might be in the offing, he thinks. But shortly before his scheduled appearance, his former nurse and lover shows up after '18 years and nine months' to tell him he has a son. Trying to hold both his career and his marriage together, Mortimore tumbles into a web of ever-expanding lies and outrageous acts of deception.
See it if Wonderfully styled short stories, often reminiscent of O. Henry, read by talented actors. Included a musical performance as well.
Don't see it if You need flashy videos to enjoy performances. This was like listening to old-time radio.
See it if You enjoy screwball comedies featuring mistaken identities. These comedies are tough to manage but the actors pulled it off brilliantly.
Don't see it if You prefer tragedies. This one features infidelities but no real punishments for the wrongdoers. Sins without consequences may not appeal.