Money Means Nothing to tire salesman Kenneth (Wallace Ford), mainly because he doesn't have any. But when Kenneth falls in love with wealthy Julie (Gloria Shea), he feels obliged to support her in the manner to which she is accustomed. Thus, when a shipment of tires is hijacked, Kenneth is immediately fingered as the thief. He isn't, of course, and sets about to prove it -- and to be at last accepted by Julie's snobbish mother (Betty Blythe). A Jewish-comedy sequence with dialectian Tenen Holtz may be considered offensive by modern viewers (it was certainly regarded that way back in 1934).