A feud between two men in the newspaper business ends in the death of one of them, and that sets the pace for this fast moving comedy film.
Newspaper man Andy McDonald (Paul Guilfoyle) ends up murdered and the other man, Henry Kruger (J. Edward Bromberg) is suspected of the crime.
The real killer keeps hiding the body in strange places such as Kruger's car, and then all over his vacation home when he decides to get away for a while and relax.
His driver, Mack Hogan (Frank Jenks) tries to keep his employer out of hot water with the cops by having to re-hide the body elsewhere and this does actually make for a very entertaining and fast moving 62 minute film.
The comedy works well and some of it is quite subdued, which is always nice since all we get in today's movies is vulgar, in your face garbage. I recommend this little obscure gem for a great change of pace.