Unrated | | Comedy, Romance
Flirtatious mix-ups abound when a celebrated novelist tangles with an old flame and her irate husband in Cleveland. Will his savvy secretary save his neck if she is secretly in love with him also?
The original play "Goodbye Again" by Allan Scott and George Haight opened in New York at the Theatre Masque on 28 December 1932 and ran until July 1933 for 216 performances.
Kenneth L. 'Ken' Bixby:
Great kid, Junior.
Harvey Wilson: Hey, wait a minute.
Kenneth L. 'Ken' Bixby: Great kid, Junior!
Julie Clochessy Wilson: But, I don't understand, who is Junior?
Kenneth L. 'Ken' Bixby: Can't you guess?
Julie Clochessy Wilson: Why, why?
Harvey Wilson: I didn't know you were married.
Julie Clochessy Wilson: Why, no.
Kenneth L. 'Ken' Bixby: I'm not.
Harvey Wilson: You're not?
Kenneth L. 'Ken' Bixby: Bohemian.
Opening credits are shown over a background of a man and woman embracing.
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