Hayes is the sheriff of a town where a gang of outlaws have been wreaking havoc on the local farms. The townspeople are fed up with the incompetent Hayes and start rumbling about getting a new man for the job. He travels back East to enlist the help of Rogers, who comes from a long line of
famous sheriffs. But the latest Rogers would rather study insects than fire his sixshooter. After much pleading by Hayes, he agrees to help. He pretends to be a wimp to fool the scoundrels, and uses his microscope to find out why the cattle have been dying. Rogers, when not looking at insects,
sings "Things Are Never What They Seem," "The West Is in My Soul," and "He's Gone Up th...