The plot is about as farfetched as they come. Dunne is a daffy housewife who one day finds that two trees in her backyard are sprouting five- and ten-dollar bills. Husband Jagger isn't eager to believe her unlikely story and neither is the Treasury Department. They do, however, eventually
recognize the cash as legitimate. Dunne treats herself like royalty, going on lavish spending sprees until she finds that the bills, like leaves, crumble up and disintegrate. This pleasant and whimsical moral tale was Dunne's final film.