The International House hotel in Wuhu, China, is hosting the debut of Dr. Wong's latest invention: a television-like device he calls a "radioscope." From around the world, agents and collectors, including Professor Henry Quail (W.C. Fields), arrive to purchase the rights to the invention--or perhaps steal it. Elsewhere in the hotel, a young man is due to wed his blushing bride, if only he can stop falling ill. When the groom breaks out in a rash, the hotel guests are quarantined together.
|Release date:||Saturday May 27 1933|
Cast and crew
|Director:||A Edward Sutherland|
|Screenwriter:||Francis Martin, Walter DeLeon, Lou Heifetz, Neil Brant|
Peggy Hopkins Joyce
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