A British concert musical film directed by Edwin Greenwood
Molly (Martha O'Driscoll), her brother, Slats (Abbott), and his pal, Oliver (Costello), are taxi dancers at the Miramar Ballroom. As a publicity stunt, Slats plants an article about Molly claiming her ambition is to earn enough money to attend staid, all-girl Bixby College. Bixby's progressive dean offers Molly a scholarship. Molly accepts on the condition that Slats and Oliver come along too as campus caretakers. But the pompous Chairman threatens to foreclose on the school's mortgage if Molly isn't expelled. Together, the trio, with the help of some new friends, concocts a scheme to raise enough money to save the school. The plan involves a bet on the Bixby basketball team, which is playing in a game rated at 20 to 1 by the local bookie. But the bookie has other plans for their dough and hires a group of ringers to step in for the opponents. All is not lost, at least while Oliver has the chance to turn things around for his friends-one way or another.
The Falcon is called to a young woman's school to investigate a murder. When he arrives, another victim is discovered.
Yet another sexy romp set on the beaches of paradise. Unable to keep her crush on neighbor Billy to herself, undergrad Casey spills the beans to her girlfriends. Eager to take things to next level, Casey decides to risk it all by sending Billy and his friends on a surprise all-expenses-paid trip to the Bahamas. Little do Billy and his buddies know that Casey and her equally flirtatious pals will be waiting for them there.
A cinematographic adaptation of the dance performance by Ann Van den Broek.