A watery satire of the 1929 stock market crash with Murray dabbling in stocks. Recipient of a windfall, he dives into stock investment, leaving his partner in a plumbing business and living in a posh apartment. Because of his extravagant and new-found airs, Murray's daughter runs away from
home and his problems are compounded when he loses everything in the Crash. All is not lost, however. His partner forgives him and allows him back into the plumbing business and the daughter returns. A creaky antique that bogs down in tickertape.