Passed | | Comedy
Because the Stanislavsky method of playing bridge has no rules, it promotes marital harmony for those who stick with it.
The film uses the actual cover of the November 8, 1932 (no. 2572) edition of Life magazine. At the time, the publication was a humor magazine, like Punch in the UK, with limited circulation.
Cedric Van Dorn:
I'm very busy. What can I do for you?
Peter Stanislavsky: Mr. Van Dorn, I have a proposition.
Cedric Van Dorn: I'm not interested in any proposition from you, Mr. Stanislavsky.
Peter Stanislavsky: There is money in it, for you. Lots of it.
Cedric Van Dorn: Won't you sit down.
In the newspaper article about Peter beating Van Dorn, the second paragraph of the story is unrelated gibberish.
Opening credits begin with bridge being played in the background. Then, close ups of cards are shown with a picture of one of the actor, his name, and the role he plays in the movie.
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