Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
When the famous artist Bob Northrup is kidnapped by his agent and the agent's two brothers and ordered to produce paintings, the infuriatingly unresponsive fellow doesn't make a fuss or complain at all. However, neither does he produce any artwork, depriving his captors of any excuse for their actions. After some consideration, however, it begins to appear that the situation is very much to the artist's liking, since he will now have absolutely no worldly concerns whatever. The artistic goose may indeed lay some more of his much-prized golden eggs.