"Segitseg Orokoltem" ("Help, I'm an heir!") is the collective cry of a middle-class Budapest family. Suddenly inheriting a huge fortune, the family is required by the edicts of the will to move into the palatial home of their late benefactor. Unaccustomed to such luxury, the heirs waste no time in making fools of themselves -- nor do the inevitable fortune-hunters waste any time descending on the household. To fend off suitors who want to marry her only for her money, the family's daughter poses as a maid, whereupon she is hired by a wastrelly baron. The girl falls in love with her new master but refuses to marry him until he amounts to something -- which, eventually, he does. Segitseg Orokoltem was the 25th film directed by Steve Szekely, who went on to an equally prolific (if less illustrious) Hollywood career during WWII.
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