Meet Me Tonight

1952, Comedy, 1h 21m

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This film is composed of three comedic shorts. In the first segment, "The Red Peppers," the married members of a vaudeville double act are at each other's throats. Next, in "Fumed Oak," a married man (Stanley Holloway) is so fed up with his controlling spouse and mother-in-law that he plans to skip town indefinitely. Finally, in "Ways and Means," freeloaders Toby (Nigel Patrick) and Stella (Valerie Hobson) have mastered the art of overstaying their welcomes.

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