As originally released, this started off with Kay Kyser and His Kollege of Musical Knowledge with a musical version of ‘Playmates’; this was followed by ‘Judy Garland’ singing ‘If I Forget You’; Bette Davis finished up with a plea to the audience to give their nickels.
We are in the twenties. A small farmer of S. Vincent sees his father die of the plague which decimated the country. Living in a village too small for hid aspirations, he decides to head to Brazil, leaving the sisters in charge of the work of the house.
A loutish but likeable gang of construction workers is put out when the boss tries to foist on them a know-it-all architecture student. Even worse, the young man starts to flirt with the foreman’s pretty daughter. But the foreman knows how to sort him out use a bigger hammer.