Synopsis by Hal Erickson
No, Bed and Breakfast isn't about a New England motel. It is about a British married couple (Sari Maritza and Richard Cooper) who've just had a rather nasty quarrel. To get even with one another, the husband and wife take up with new lovers. Nothing really untoward happens, though there's plenty of "Third Act" scurrying about at a roadside inn involving various couples, a burglar, and the bobbies. You may recognize leading lady Sari Maritza as Stu Erwin's girlfriend in the 1933 Hollywood musical farce International House. Bed and Breakfast was based on a play by Frederick Whitney.
attack, couple, husband, lessons, marital-problems, police, ritual, voodoo, voodoo-doll, wife