Sinatra comes back to California to take over his father's innkeeping business. He learns that his father was actually a bandit who would leave all his victims a kiss, and the old members of the gang encourage Sinatra to resume his father's role, which he does. Except for an exciting dance
by Montalban, Miller, and Charisse, "Dance of Fury," this film has nothing exceptional to offer. Songs include "Love Is Where You Find It" and "Tomorrow Means Romance," sung by Grayson; "What's Wrong With Me" and "Senorita," sung by Grayson and Sinatra; "If I Steal a Kiss" and "Siesta," sung by
Sinatra; and "I Like You," sung by Sono Osato.