Passed | | Comedy, Drama
A young comic plays second-rate nightclubs and chintzy resorts in his struggle to break into the big time.
Milton Berle was a frequent patron of Lindy's Restuarant on Broadway - perhaps one reason it is featured so prominently in this film.
You know this is the best house I ever played? The critic on the Medical Journal gave me four stethoscopes.
Kipling 'Kip' Cooper: Say, eh, you've got a great little wife here, Eddie.
Eddie Eagen: So she keeps telling me.
When Kip Cooper (Milton Berle) asks his agent Wilson (Lloyd Gough) to call Eddie Eagen (Bert Lahr) about replacing him in the show, Wilson picks up the phone and starts talking without dialing.