Not one of Capra's best efforts, this family opus has Sinatra as an irresponsible widower with a young son, Hodges. Instead of trying to improve his run-down little Miami Beach hotel, Sinatra flits about with bongo player Jones, trying to promote himself into big-time deals. His dream is
to establish a giant amusement park in Florida. When he fails to make mortgage payments on his hotel, he is threatened with losing the place. In desperation, the 40-year-old improvident promoter calls his all-business brother, Robinson, a clothing manufacturer in New York. Sinatra lies to
Robinson, saying he needs money because his son is sick, and this brings Robinson and wife Rit...