The flimsy story for this film involves the goings-on between two rival roadhouses. Actually this was little more than an excuse to pack nine songs into a little over an hour. Universal was known at this time for taking a hit song and giving it the thinnest of plots in order to create,
it was hoped, a hit movie. The results here are pretty much what one would expect: long on musical delights and short on anything else. Songs: title tune (Bob Willis, sung by The Merry Macs), "Hi Neighbor" (Jack Owens), "The Hut Sut Song" (Leo Killion, Ted McMichael, sung by The Merry Macs), "Once
Upon a Summertime" (Jack Brooks, Norman Berens), "Mexican Jumping Bean" (Don Raye, Gene...