An inferior remake of A SLIGHT CASE OF MURDER (1938) with color and songs added. The Damon Runyon-Howard Lindsay play gave birth to O'Hanlon's script, but all of the satire of the original became overdone farce in this film. Crawford is an ex-hood who has been put out of the bootlegging
business by the repeal of the Volstead Act. He's married to Trevor, who's delighted that he's out of the rackets. They have enough money and can now enjoy themselves without fear of a Tommy gun rat-tat-tatting at their front door. Crawford is going to turn his illegal beer operation into a
legitimate business, but he finds that it's not as easy as he'd thought it would be. Crawford ...