Chuck McCann plays a Walter Mitty-like projectionist who escapes a dull reality by drifting off into a fantasy world where he's a hero. Similar to "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid," this film has McCann interacting with old Hollywood films and characters. However, although this film came up with the idea about 10 years earlier, Carl Reiner did it a lot better in his film, which actually used many behind-the-scenes players like Edith Head on costumes, Miklós Rózsa on music and production design by John DeCuir. But this film does have it's charms. McCann is quite empathetic as a lonely schlub with a cruel boss, played by a young Rodney Dangerfield in his film debut. It's not really a well made film, but it is an interesting concept with a good cast, even if it's somewhat amateurishly made.