Brown plays Ossie, a New York City playboy sent to California to straighten himself out. He and his cousin, while driving west, pay too much attention to a sedan full of college girls and rear end a car driven by Pancho Arango (Bela Lugosi). The cousins make it to Hollywood where Brown falls in love with Lugosi's daughter.
Joe E. Brown - Ossie Simpson
Ona Munson - Constance Palmer
William Collier Jr. - Jack Hackett
Marjorie White - Penny Packer
Holmes Herbert - John J. Hackett Sr.
Margaret Livingston - Mabel Robinson
Thelma Todd - Gertie Gardner
Bela Lugosi - Pancho Arango
Filming took place in March, 1931. The movie was made a few months after Lugosi's hit Dracula was released. Lugosi still used his stare in this film, this time with comedic effect, and looks like he was enjoying himself.