Practically a comedy monolog for W.C. Fields, with little help from a number of others. No plot, no suspense; rather coarse-grained in spots, but packing a load of belly laughs for people who like that sort of humor.
The plot is merely that Fields buys a California orange grove and drives the family out in the car. It’s a bit of desert in between the other groves, but Fields is tipped off that it’s vital to the building of a racetrack, so he gets $40,000 and a real grove.
Fields holds the screen about 80% of the time, which is just as well since no one else is given anything. Kathleen Howard acts the bossy wife with main strength.