||Advises children to do whatever is necessary -- even lie -- to achieve harmonious family relations. This portrait of manners among the affluent places a premium on pleasant, unemotional behavior, and contains some interesting do's and don'ts sequences. Key line: 'These boys treat their dad as though they were genuinely glad to see him, as though they really missed him...' Director: Edward C. Simmel. Cinematography: Harry F. Burrell. Script: Arthur V. Jones. Editor: Miriam Bucher. With Ralph Hodges ('Son'). Originally filmed in Kodachrome. Outtakes are also on this site.