- Director: Billy Wilder
- Writer: Ben Hecht; Charles MacArthur
- Producer: Jennings Lang; Paul Monash
A noisy, overwrought theatrical piece of nonsense.
Wilder had peaked years before he made this re-make of a stage play that did not deserve to be filmed.
As a satire - c'mon, Enid Blyton was more satirical.
There are camp characters and more camp performances but, it all boils down to one thing - nothing that an aspirin wouldn't cure.