Cosmetologist Hunnicutt conspires with Sarrazin to murder his rich aunt, Parker. Before Sarrazin can set himself up in Parker's household, he has to convince his aunt to get rid of her beloved cats (to which he has a terrible aversion). Later, when Hunnicutt and Sarrazin try to carry out
their scheme, the cats reappear to scare the bejeezus out of Sarrazin. Goody-goody nephew Henry is then revealed to have been in collusion with the avaricious Hunnicutt all along, the two of them having planned to murder Sarrazin after he killed Parker. The plot is full of huge holes, and the film
fails to live up to its terrific opening credit sequence.