Rooney winds up at Eton when he and his sister travel the Atlantic to live with their recently remarried mother. Rooney doesn't respond too well to the proper ways of the Brits, but, after a few incidents, he becomes friends with Bartholomew and Lawford, as well as a star athlete. This is
something of a sequel to the successful A YANK AT OXFORD, but it doesn't approach the quality of that film. Rooney fans will enjoy, however.