Jimmy, the owner of a failed music shop, goes to work with his uncle, the owner of a food factory. Before he gets there, he befriends an Irish family who happens to be his uncle's worst enemy because of their love for music and in-house band who constantly practices. Soon, Jimmy finds himself trying to help the band by getting them gigs and trying to reconcile the family with his uncle, an avid music hater, all while winning the heart of the beautiful Molly.
Nathan Will Sheets
It's the prize romantic laugh of the year... more fun than winning the POT O' GOLD!
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Did You Know?
Re-titled "Jimmy Steps Out", this film's earliest documented television broadcast occurred Sunday, May 23, 1948, in Los Angeles, California on KTLA (Channel 5). On Sunday, June 20, 1948, it was the first feature film shown on New York City's newly launched television station, WPIX (Channel 11), which began broadcasting on June 15, 1948. It was followed on succeeding Sundays by the Hal Roach package of three dozen feature films, produced between 1931 and 1943 and newly acquired for television broadcast by Regal Television Pictures. In Baltimore, it first aired Saturday, July 3, 1948 on WMAR (Channel 2), in Detroit, Sunday, July 1, 1949 on WXYZ (Channel 7), in Boston Thursday 19 August 1948 on WBZ (Channel 4), in Cincinnati Wednesday 28 September 1949 on WKRC (Channel 11), and in Philadelphia, Saturday, November 5, 1949 on WCAU (Channel 10). See more
As Jimmy follows Molly to the house, the bag of apples is held waist-high by the bottom of the bag. In the closer shot, the bag has disappeared and his hand is down by his side. When he brings the bag back into view, he is holding it at the top, whereas previously he held it by the bottom. See more
You've heard of the Hatfields and the McCoys?
Hames Hamilton 'Jimmy' Haskell
Well this is a fight between the Haskells and the McCorkles.
Do You Believe in Fairy Tales?
Music by Vee Lawnhurst
Lyrics by Mack David
Performed by Larry Cotton
with Horace Heidt
& His Musical Knights See more