Satan is still the same sensible, rather agreable entity we have been led to expect since the days of Shaw and Screwtape. Lucifer casts a covetous eye on the heart of one Alfred Sneeden who longs for the teen-age Gladys Milhouser. It is a simple matter to direct Gladys' affection to ""the creep, Sneeden"". The bargain is divined by Father Deener whose exercisings bring a reaction of affectionate appreciation from Lucifer's messenger. Bountiful whimsy for the collectors of demonic dialogue.