Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
Eric (Robert Dhery) is the beleaguered husband of a harridan wife who works as a writer of advertising slogans. When he develops an uncanny ability to select the winner of the daily horse races, local gamblers take a sudden interest. Eric is cornered by the gamblers who find it hard to believe he does not use his unusual talent to place bets for himself. He eventually wins over the hard bitten thugs with good humor in this comedy taken from the play by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott.
advertising, dysfunctional, gambling, husband, shrew, wager, writing