At head of title: A Paramount Picture, Adolph Zukor presents Mary Boland and Charlie Ruggles in
"Chester Beatty and Tessie Weeks have been engaged for 5 years and going together for 15 years before that. Chester is reluctant to burden Tessie with marriage because of his secret problem. He is a sleepwalker. When Tessie finally does rope Chester into marriage, he can't get time off from his boss of 26 years, Mr. Frisbee. To resolve the problem, Chester sets out to impress his boss by securing a big sales contract of glass eyes. He takes Tessie and follows the rich doll company owner Horace B. Stanton to a lakeside resort and befriends him. However, his sleep-walking makes him a prime suspect in thievery/murder case"--Container.
Cast of characters: Mary Borland, Charlie Ruggles.
Screen play by Arthur Kober ; story by Lucien Littlefield and Chandler Sprague. Photographed by Henry Sharp; art direction by Hans Dreier and Robert Odell; edited by LeRoy Stone; sound recording, Harry Lindgren and Louis Mesenkop; costumes designed by Edith Head; interior decorations by A.E. Freudeman.
Title from title frame.
Primary actor, Chester Beatty works for the Matchless Eye Co. in New York City.
Original motion picture made in 1936.