Approved | | Comedy, Drama
A wide variety of persons come into Nick's Pacific Street Saloon, some to ask for work and others just to pass the time.
A family affair, with siblings James, Jeanne and William working on the film in front of and behind the camera.
Living is an art, it's not bookkeeping. It takes an awful lot of rehearsal for a man to get to be himself.
Joe points his gun at Blick and pulls the trigger. And when it doesn't go off he says "That dumb Tom. He buys a six shooter that won't even shoot once". Even though he knows he loaded and unloaded the gun early in the film. And it happens to be a gun that only holds 5 cartridges.
Opening credits are shown on the pages of a book, through which someone is flipping.