Terry Ramsey and her uncle Willie share a great love for horses, so much so that Willie jokes that he’ll come back as a racehorse in his next life. When Willie dies unexpectedly, Ramsey is heartbroken — until she comes across a horse that, somehow, might be her uncle.Â However, her greedy aunt and cousins would like nothing more than to deem her insane to take over her inheritance. Now Ramsey and a professorÂ must prove her sanity.
Comedy based on the book `Rape upon Rape’, by Henry Fielding; and also `The Relapse’, by John Vanbrugh. Set in the 18th century, the story involves the love affairs of three bawdy women and three sailors.
Three sailors on leave head for Paris with one thing on their minds. Joe pursues chanteuse Colette D’Avril who proves to be more than she appears; Davy is pursued by sexy cashier Yvonne; but the blonde Al rescues from a purse snatcher rewards him with kisses, then vanishes without telling him her name. Romantic complications and resolutions follow in true musical comedy fashion.
In this broad, occasionally slapstick comedy, Dewey and Wallace are small-town lawmen who are trying to find out where some thieves have hidden their money. With the help of the governor of their state, they are able to enter the prison where the thieves are incarcerated, posing as convicted criminals in the hopes of getting the information from them. When the governor dies without informing anyone of the ruse, they are trapped in prison, as no one else knows their true identity.
â€śBagsâ€ť the boxer and his manager, Shake, are quite a pair: One is a dim bulb, and the other has a mean streak. Times are tough and they must save their gym, so they line up some moneymaking fights. But when Bags and Shake discover that the bouts have been rigged, they end up with their backs to the wall and must fight back â€“Â literally.
Four friends playing all they have in a “safe” bet, even borrow money to gangsters. Everything is complicated when the result is not what they expected.
Electrician Bert Harris boasts that he’s a successful cat burglar, which leads to him getting mixed up with real thieves who need those special skills for a big jewellery heist. However, Bert was only giving them a “song and dance” about being a cat burglar, but now discovers it’s too late to back out.
Dr. Von Colon has just put the finishing touches on his most amazing creation: Robo-C.H.I.C., a crime-fighting robot built in the shape of a Playboy Playmate. Her invention comes just in time, as a disgruntled engineer has built a set of atomic bombs and plans to set them all off if his demands are not met. Adding to the confusion are a pimp and a motorcycle gang who decide to kidnap the bomber for their own purposes.