Early to Bed

Category: Comedy
Chester Beatty and Tessie Weeks have been engaged for 5 years and going together for 15 years before that. Chester is reluctant to burden Tessie with marriage because of his secret problem. He is a sleepwalker. When Tessie finally does rope Chester into marriage, he can't get time off from his boss of 26 years, Mr. Frisbee. To resolve the problem, Chester sets out to impress his boss by securing a big sales contract of glass eyes. He takes Tessie and follows the rich doll company owner Horace B. Stanton to a lakeside resort and befriends him. However, his sleep-walking makes him a prime suspect in a thievery/murder case.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1936-06-05
Run time: 75 minute / 1:15
Director: Norman Z. McLeod
Writer: Arthur Kober
Production Company : Paramount
Production Country: United States of America


Mary Boland
as Tessie Weeks Beatty
Charles Ruggles
as Chester R. Beatty
George Barbier
as Horace B. Stanton
Gail Patrick
as Grace Stanton
Robert McWade
as Burgess Frisbie
Lucien Littlefield
as Mr. O'Leary
Colin Tapley
as Doctor Vernon
Helen Flint
as Mrs. Duvall
Rae Daggett
as Miss Benson
Sidney Blackmer
as Rex Daniels
Arthur Hoyt
as Smithers
Billy Gilbert
as Burger
Augusta Anderson
as Mrs. Spencer
Brooks Benedict
as Craig
Billy Bletcher
as Office Boy
Eddie Borden
as Salesman
Jane Buckingham
as Miss Arnold
Neal Burns
as Salesman
Dorothy Christy
as Nurse
Mickey Daniels
as Caddy
Frank Darien
as Pop - a Clerk
James Davis
as Instructor
Barbara Denny
as Bit Role
Sarah Edwards
as Miss Barton
Billy Engle
as Golf Player
June Gittelson
as Mrs. Fosbinder
William Irving
as Mr. Fassbinder
Dick Kline
as Instructor
Albert Richman
as Golf Player
Henry Roquemore
as Desk Clerk
Darwin Rudd
as Jenkins
Leonard Sues
as Bellboy
Gertrude Sutton
as Maid
Ludovico Tomarchio
as Giuseppe
Billy Wayne
as Salesman
Tom Wilson
as Joe
Costume & Make-Up
Edith Head Costume Design

Henry Sharp Director of Photography

LeRoy Stone Editor

Norman Z. McLeod Director

Lucien Littlefield Story
S.J. Perelman Story
Arthur Kober Screenplay

Harlan Thompson Producer

Chandler Sprague Story

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