Ran for a year on Broadway. The original play and characters on which the "Andy Hardy" series of motion pictures are based. "Skidding" is a fresh picture of an American family, showing Marion Hardy, a college girl who falls in love with Wayne Trenton just as a career is opening up to her. Then there are the two pretty young daughters who chose to marry before they finish their education and want to "come home to Mother" at the first trouble. Mother Hardy is so upset at the modern tendencies of her daughters, that she goes on strike in order to straighten out her family. Young Andy is an adorable adolescent lad with his first "case." He keeps the audience in a gale of merriment. Grandpa Hardy touches the heart with his absent-mindedness and his reminiscences about Grandma; and the white satin slippers he makes for Marion to be married in have a great deal to do with straightening out her love affair. Though "Skidding" is hilariously amusing, it tells many an underlying truth which audiences are bound to relish. Humor is blended with pathos and a deliciously garnished philosophy makes "Skidding" more significant than the average comedy.