A weird comedy of manners in which a stuntman pretends to be the long-absent 'black sheep' son of a wealthy family in order to collect 'his' share of the inheritance. Chemistry develops between him and the sister of the guy he's pretending to be, which gives the film a weird quasi-incestuous element. That makes the film a bit uncomfortable to sit through (though definitely interesting to analyze), but there is nice snappy dialogue as well as entertaining portrayals of the selfish filthy rich people, including Monty Woolley and Robert Stack. Barry Fitzgerald is great, too, as the man guiding the protagonist. Co-written and produced by Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder's frequent collaborator, and directed by actor Richard Haydn, who makes a cameo appearance under the pseudonym 'Richard Rancyd.' Ray Milland has a brief cameo, as himself, at the start of the film.