The plot thickens when Delilah tries to drive another wedge between Peter and Sally by hiring Sally's young fiancée, Freddie Bilson, as a waiter. Delilah hopes that Freddie's presence will deter Peter from making further advances upon Sally, and she later offers him lodging in a room above the garage.
During a radio broadcast announcing the winner of a $40,000 lottery, Peter and Freddie, who have entered the contest, listen anxiously as the numbers are read. Peter has the winning ticket, and the $40,000 prize makes him that much more appealing to Sally. Will Peter take the money and run away with Sally or reconcile with his wife?
Producer: William H. Wright
Director: Richard Whorf
Screenplay: Patricia Coleman; Ferenc Molnar (play)
Cinematography: Lester White
Art Direction: Preston Ames, Cedric Gibbons
Music: Nathaniel Shilkret
Film Editing: George Hively
Cast: Philip Dorn (Peter Donay), Mary Astor (Delilah Donay), Felix Bressart (Johnny), Gloria Grahame (Sally Murfin), Marshall Thompson (Freddie Bilson), Curt Bois (Brillon), Elisabeth Risdon (Mrs. Talford), Arthur Walsh (Willie).