In this film, the first produced by Danny and Sylvia's production company, Dena Productions, he plays Jerry Morgan, a ventriloquist. Jerry is unknowingly plagued with fears of marriage, and every time he falls in love with a girl and the topic of marriage comes up, his dummies become verbally uncontrollable. After five separate occasions, his friend, Marty Brown, has scheduled an appointment for Jerry with a psychiatrist in Switzerland. The first of my favorite scenes takes place on the plane, where Jerry is trying to help Marty overcome his airsickness.
During the plane ride, Jerry unknowingly meets Dr. Nordstrom, whom he later falls in love with. Unfortunately, Jerry is being pursued by two different parties, both of whom are after a set of plans for a secret weapon; the plans had been stored in the heads of Jerry's dummies without his knowledge. By the end of the movie, Jerry is not only being pursued for the plans but also by the police who think he's murdered two men. it's an enjoyable movie with some wonderful scenes between Danny and David Burns, who plays Marty.