This is a very pleasant little B movie from Columbia. The plot is that Phil Harris, a house painter in partnership in with Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson, comes down with amnesia and becomes a band leader, getting wealth and the girl in the process. In this they are ably abetted by old hand Del Lord in the director's chair and the inimitable Walter Catlett in his usual seedy hustler mode. Mr. Harris sings a couple of his hits. Rochester, as always, steals the show.
While this movie led no place in particular for anyone's career -- Harris and Rochester went back to radio, Del Lord back to the shorts department and the rest of the cast went on doing whatever it was they did, there are a lot worse movies out there taking up more of your time for less effect.
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