The Girl in the Taxi (1937)
As the head of a Parisian society promoting virtue, the Baron is a great believer in hereditary virtue who makes the argument "like father, like son."
Of course, once we meet his son (MacKenzie Ward) ...
|Frances Day and MacKenzie Ward: "Feel how my heart beats."|
We soon discover that the Baron actually has a taste for nightclubs and what he calls "fun, frolics and fair ladies", leading us into the inevitable nightclub scene complete with an obligatory underwear flashing Can-Can dance:
Upon arrival at the club the waiting ladies are rather excited to hear that the Baron is there with one describing him as "the original sugar daddy."
"Good" her friend replies "I've got a sweet tooth."
|The Baron (Lawrence Grossmith) and his admirers|
|"Like father, Like son."|
(MacKenzie Ward and Lawrence Grossmith)
Let's have a look at the rest of the cast: