Audio is weak, and has noise that can’t be cleaned.
The show starts already in progress. Jack talks with bandleader, Frank Black, and tenor, Frank Parker about his eccentric nature. The guys bicker over clothes and men’s fashion. Mary gets in on a few of the jokes, then Frank Black starts to play, but it gets snipped.
Jack reads from a fan letter from John Dillinger. Frank Parker starts to sing, but the number is also snipped. There has been a little feuding going on between Frank Black and Jack, and today they pick another way to prove their manhood. Faced with a challenge of spending the night in a haunted house, both men are unwilling.
As Jack sets out to go first, Frank plays a little travelling music. There’s plenty of spooky music and sound affects to go along with Jack’s jokes as he deals with ghosts and other wierd happenings. Though the audio can be a little hard to hear at times, a cute story and situation. Schlepperman even makes an appearance.
Note: The early 1930’s seemed to be a breeding ground for outrageous gangsters. For instance, John Dillenger’s name is still familiar to us today, but his rein of terror only lasted about a year.