|Director||Noel M. Smith|
|Writers||Martin Flavin (play "Broken Dishes")
Robert E. Kent (screenplay)
|Cast||George Tobias Lucile Fairbanks Ernest Truex George Reeves Florence Bates Charles Halton Virginia Sale John Alexander Clem Bevans Sam McDaniel Elliott Sullivan|
|Plot||Homer Trippe is very henpecked by his wife, and Mrs. Trippe also dominates the life of her daughter, dismissing her boyfriend Dan as merely a delivery clerk. Mrs. Trippe constantly moans about her poor choice of Homer over one-time suitor Oscar Armstrong. Homer is happy, poetic, and kind, but afraid to stand up to Mrs. Trippe's opposition to Dan and Betty's romance. Dan gives Betty an ultimatum: marry him or lose him. Meanwhile, Homer feeds a tramp, who turns out to be the oft-invoked Oscar Armstrong. But Oscar has an even bigger surprise in store for the Trippes.... see Calling All Husbands on IMDb|
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