Approved | | Comedy, Romance
A local politician in Scotland tries to break the reporter who wrote a negative story about him, and who is also in love with his daughter.
Young Scots guy with a Glaswegian accent, who is Sir Rex Harrison's caddy, is a young Scottish actor called Jack Short (he didn't get a credit).
What sort of man are you, anyhow?
Frank Burdon: Did you ever know a decent sort of chap who could tell you straight off what sort of a decent chap he was?
When Frank uses the embossing machine, he seems to be producing gibberish: we see him selecting the first few letters as PMJG, and just after that he makes a double letter. But when we see the tape, it isn't gibberish and there's no double letter in it.
In keeping with the Scottish setting, the opening credits are shown on various Scottish plaids.