George Formby stars together with his wife Beryl in his very first feature film, a musical comedy that helped to launch him to stardom! George plays John Willie, the shoeshine boy at the posh Crestonian Hotel. He's a cheeky little man with no time for authority, a head full of dreams, a pocketful of songs and a heart full of love for the hotel's scullery maid (Beryl Formby). After causing more than his fair share of chaos at the hotel, he finally gets the chance to redeem himself - and show off his hidden musical talents - when he finds himself topping the bill at the hotel's Gala Cabaret Night! For Formby fans, this early performance features a host of moments to treasure including rare songs performances - Why Don't Women Like Me?, Sitting on the Ice in the Ice Rink and I Could Make a Good Living at That - George accompanying wife Beryl's tap routines on mouth organ and ukulele and a duet with Beryl on Baby. This special DVD edition has been extensively restored to include a number of 'lost' scenes originally cut from the film on its re-release in 1938. Among these is the musical number performed by a young Betty Driver.