"May Day Conflict is a well executed and skillfully edited family story film of the conflict created by the opening of the trout season and a flower festival both falling on May first. The central character is a good loser (the husband, of course!), as he accompanies his wife to the flower show after elaborate preparations for his fishing trip. Herbert F. Sturdy has deftly woven into the story pattern light, humorous incidents to provide amusing comedy relief from his fine floral closeup studies. Expert camera handling and smooth transitions lend a semi-professional finish to the picture." Movie Makers, Dec. 1948, 493-494.
The film won first award in a Los Angeles Cinema Club contest in 1948 (Movie Makers, Sept. 1948, 372).
This film is a part of the Herbert F. Sturdy Collection held by Northeast Historic Film.
Herbert F. Sturdy Collection, Northeast Historic Film