An elderly woman in a Baltimore neighborhood finds out that a somewhat slow-witted neighbor is being put up for local office by some shady politicians who have no interest in their neighborhood but are interested in getting their hands on the money that comes into it. She gets some neighborhood people together and together they plan to thwart the politicians' schemes.
Who's Comin' to Put an End to Dirty Tricks, Crooked Politicians and Lyin' Mayors! Who? America's Most Glamorous, Sexiest Female Superstar! "Moms" Mabley! It's About Time!
Did You Know?
This was the only film for which Jackie "Moms" Mabley received top billing. It would also be her last film appearance. She would pass away the following year at the age of 81. See more
When Grace boards the train at the beginning of the film, she wears a white shawl over her shoulders while she says goodbye to her family from the door, but it's gone in the next scene as she enters the train car and is not seen when she debarks the train or during the cab ride home. See more
A few more days like today and I ain't gonna have no days left at all.
The producer gratefully acknowledges the cooperation of Morgan State College, Baltimore, Maryland; the sacrifice of two dozen Grade A, USDA-inspected, North Carolina chickens; and a whole batch of blessings from whom all blessings flow; Amen. See more
I'm So Glad (Waters Gonna Be the Mayor)
Written by Matt Robinson See more