Ever since Will Rogers died in 1935, producers had been attempting to find someone who could replace his down-home humor on screen, and they thought they had that someone with bazooka-playing Arkansas philosopher Bob Burns. They were wrong. This very naive picture stars Burns as an
attorney who welcomes his late partner's son, Allen, into lawyering, much to the delight of Burns' daughter, Hayward. Allen, after practicing in New York, has now returned to his roots. Lockhart is the local heavyweight factory owner and Allen is all for becoming his attorney, despite the fact
that Burns says Lockhart doesn't care much about his workers and has been firing people and sla...