Rogers, with help from tap-dancing Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, carries this much-told story of two opposing clans residing in the hills. Rogers' personality turns the tale into a special pleasure, and he dances with Robinson as well. This was to be his final film before his death in 1935.
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