A silly movie which stars Cantor and Davis as a husband and wife vaudeville team. They retire from the stage and settle down in a community where they are snubbed by their neighbors. They then discover a document signed by George Washington regarding the payment of $50,000 to one of their ancestors. They take the note to the government, which tallies up a debt to them of several billion dollars, with interest. The comedian's already-buggy eyes pop out but he patriotically declines to accept. He becomes a national hero and wins community status. A pleasant take-off on GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE. Tunes include: "If You Knew Susie" (B.G. DeSylva, Joseph Meyer), "My Brooklyn Love Song" (George Tibbles, Ramez Idriss), "What Do I Want With Money?," "We're Living The Life We Love," "My, How The Time Goes By" (Jimmy McHugh, Harold Adamson).