This is a B movie, I guess? Cheap and cheerful. It’s got a convoluted and silly plot that putters away in a very pleasing manner. Much intrigue and running around.
It’s not exactly a cinematic masterpiece, but it’s really funny. It’s just an almost-perfect bundle of silliness, and everything works out like it’s supposed to.
The newlyweds even get some private time at the end due to a helpful maid.
Hi Diddle Diddle. Andrew L. Stone. 1943.
Popular movies in August 1943 according to IMDB:
|7558||7.5||Heaven Can Wait|
|2894||7.5||Watch on the Rhine|
|279||6.9||Hi Diddle Diddle|
|3965||6.9||The Seventh Victim|
|692||6.8||The Man in Grey|
|958||6.7||The Fallen Sparrow|
|738||6.6||A Lady Takes a Chance|
|4651||6.5||Phantom of the Opera|
This blog post is part of the Decade series.