| Animation, Short, Comedy
A streetcar conductor has adventures with a would-be passenger hippo, a cow blocking the tracks, and a runaway train while he, his passengers, and some hobos sing the title song.
The song "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile" would later be used on 1988 Touchstone film 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit'
Smile, darn ya, smile! / Smile, darn ya, smile! / Come on and smile, darn ya, smile!
The first shot of the hobos shows a pot with a fire going underneath. In the next shot of the hobos (from the same angle), the pot is missing, leaving an empty space on the right side of the screen. In the third shot, the pot is back, but there's no fire underneath (even though a hobo tells the singing chicken inside to "boil, darn ya, boil").
This cartoon was colorized in 1992 by Turner Entertainment Company, with each frame traced over onto a cel. Each cel was then painted in color and photographed over a colored reproduction of each background.