by Kent Broadhurst


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The scene is the showroom of Beuchel Goodee Motors in a midsized American city, where several of the latest model Edgarand Beamus automobiles are on gleaming display. Also on hand are the fast-talking, commission-hungry salesmen who peddle the product; the officious, pants-suited office manager, Desenelle Peplow, who tries to keep them in line; and assorted customers who fall into their clutches. But there are problems beyond selling cars: Bud Goodee, the son of the ailing owner, is trying to fill his father's shoes while keeping a jealous eye on his sexy wife; his best friend, Wade Grady, is both the star salesman and the one Bud's wife is determined to seduce; while Berl Fancher, another salesman, is a recovered alcoholic with an outrageously obvious toupee who frequently wishes he was back on the booze. And as the action of the play races ahead hilariously we can see his point—although, happily enough, things do work out, with those involved remaining as breezily brash, greedy and tacky at the end of the play as they were at the beginning.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780822206514
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/01/1984
Pages: 76
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 1.26(h) x 9.00(d)

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