A doctor, who keeps an ape for medical studies, dies and his daughter inherits his estate. Her uncle, a paralytic, working through his natural son by the housekeeper, plans her death, and the ape may or may not be involved. However, the plan does have a problem or two in its execution.
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In the original release Rex Lease and Vera Reynolds were billed 1-2, but in later post-"King Kong" re-releases Mischa Auer and Martha Maddox replaced them as top-billed, and instead of a lone gorilla as in 1932, the ape carried a half-clothed woman in the '38 release. See more
The ape is called "Yogi," but occasionally he is referred to as "Yoga." See more
Dr. Ted Clayton
Wealth to youth is golden, but to age it is a milestone.
Featured in Sprockets: Golden Turkeys
Written by Johannes Brahms
Played on the violin as part of the plot See more