Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi
A timid, nearsighted chemistry teacher discovers a magical potion that can transform him into a suave and handsome Romeo. The Jekyll and Hyde game works well enough until the concoction starts to wear off at the most embarrassing times.
The basic characterization of Julius Kelp was a Lewis staple, having appeared earlier in 1958's Rock-A-Bye Baby, and basically identical characters would appear in 1965's The Family Jewels and 1967's The Big Mouth.
Professor Julius Kelp:
And to me, Carbon Dioxide,
Professor Julius Kelp: Has always been a gas.
Professor Julius Kelp: No I didn't mean that, Yes actually...
Professor Julius Kelp: Actually it kinda swings and...
As Julius is creeping behind the grassy knoll, he nudges the grass and the whole knoll rocks back and forth.
False ending which first displays, "That's all, folks!!" then inserts a NOT in between "that's" and "all," then a 5-minute story epilogue goes to the actual ending, which is credited as "The beginning." The actor credits are done as curtain calls, with each performer bowing behind their name.