A naïve farmer writing songs tries his chances in New York. Unlucky, he is helped by a crooner who lusts after one of his songs. Ignoring the real value of his composition, he sold it for ... See full summary »
Spec (Pinky Tomlin) is a country boy who is incredibly naive and a bit dopey. Shortly after the story begins, Spec hears a man on the radio singing his song AND he claims to have written it! Spec is angry...he wrote it and he wants credit. So, he leaves his farm behind and heads to New York. There, it's a fish out of water story...with this hayseed totally out of his element.
Eventually, some crooks end up buying this song and want to buy more...and dopey old Spec has no idea he's being robbed, as they're only giving him a pittance. Can he and his new business manager get a fair shake?
I think they made Spec a bit too dopey in this one. He only can write when milking his cow, so they arrange to send his cow to meet him in the city! Can anyone be that goofy?? Still, the music in this silly film is nice and it's all a harmless time-passer.