Gloria Loring sings 'Until It's Time to Go', then joins the Tom Hansen Dancers in 'Don't Tie Me Down.' In the Olio Spot, titled 'The Dancer', vaudeville hoofer Red is confounded by a trio of chorus dancers. In the Silent Spot, titled 'The Old Country Doctor', country doctor Red delivers a hillbilly baby.
The title comes from the 1928 song "Button Up Your Overcoat" written by Ray Henderson, the lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown. Though performed by other singers it was Helen Kane's or her alter ego Betty Boop who made it very popular which included a "Boop Boop a Doop".