This film has gone largely unnoticed by the public, but in fact is a fine piece of cinema. Wishman, though not at her best here, still presents a visually pleasing and legitimate effort. Sammy Petrillo, in his cinematic swan song, is comically brilliant (despite the film's mediocre script). Sadly, several actors' roles in this film went un credited (but should not go unnoticed). Chief among these is the performance of Martin Jackowe, who apparently retired from acting after this film. Jackowe's screen presence is unmistakable, his skill is obvious, and his comedic talent is only hinted at. He, like Petrillo, has seemingly vanished from show business. It is criminal that he is not recognized for his work in this film.