Directed by Rob Kilgore.
Still living with his widowed mother, at an age when most of his contemporaries are well settled into married life, Tad Snow is satisfied to pursue his job with a toy company, his chemical experiments and his busy correspondence with a sympathetic young French girl.
But the time has come to exchange photos and Tad, conscious of his own rather unimpressive physique, sends off a picture of a muscular male model who lives nearby. So far so good—until his beauteous pen pal suddenly arrives from France to participate in the Miss World Subway contest, and rushes over to meet Tad in the flesh. Mistaken identity, the suspicions of a possessive mother and the disastrous efforts of well-meaning friends all contribute to the antic events that follow.
|Maybelle Snow, a mother||Cynthia Reedy|
|Tad Snow, a son||Andrew Scott Turner|
|Arty Severn, a parasite||Ed Baldridge|
|Shep Richmond, a model||Eric Perkins|
|Helen Claghorn, a neighbor||Tamara Douglas|
|Helena Richmond, a model||Keli Forké|
|Madeleine Duvier, a foreigner||Laurie Riihimaki|
|Frank Larson, a salesman||Stephen Sessions|
|Producers||Tom Littlefield and Claire Sessions|
|Stage managers||Mallory Martin and Aaron Louque|
|Set construction and decoration||Claire Sessions and Tom Littlefield|
|Lighting design and lights||Jared Jacobs|
|House manager||Kenn Sawyer|
|Graphic design||Jenny Adams|