Produced in both London and New York, this is the story of a man with such humanitarian instincts that he has devoted all his energies to promoting international peace. He presses for peace almost belligerently, and here the author reaches his sharpest satirical style. In the midst of his activities the walls come tumbling down when his own son escapes from school, steals an airplane, and flies off to dramatize the universal urge of youth for peace. The father is full of talk, the son full of action. Where the father failed, the son succeeded.
"Excellent scenes." - N. Y. Times
"ESCAPADE delights ... packs emotion, too." - N. Y. World-Telegram & Sun