His Grace, the Duke of Bridgewater is a crusty old man who drinks with his buddies, tells blue jokes, smokes very strong cigars . . . and cannot abide women. He is a man’s man, and no women are permitted on the premises . . . He will quickly tell anyone in earshot that he hates women . . . no ifs, ands or butts! He had one son who fled England and lived his life in Paris, never having any contact for the rest of his life . . . until one day, out of the blue, the Duke gets a letter from his son's child, a young boy named Pat, who turns out to be Patricia, a male impersonator working on the Paris stage. The Duke is positively happy to discover that he has a male heir, and sends his man Grey to Paris to bring his son back to the estate to get acquainted. Patricia decides to impersonate a boy so she can meet her grandfather, and the charade is on! Showering with the men after a rousing afternoon in the gym . . . skinny dipping in the lake . . . there will be many humorous dilemmas in the path of Pat as he/she tries to form a relationship with her grandfather, and on the way just might discover the love of her life. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Director: Marcel Varnel
Stars: Dolly Haas, Cyril Maude, Esmond Knight