Shorty Williams (Moe Howard) is put in charge of a small ranch and instead he decides to go prospecting. He goes to town and finds two bumbling thieves to help him.
This results in a lot of wild slapstick comedy in between many musical numbers, and some of the slapstick also includes a talking horse, which is underutilized, sadly. The Hoosier Hotshots and Spade Cooley provide most of the music for this film as Mary Beth Hughes is on hand to sing as well.
This is an uneven film to say the least, but with the Stooges you simply can't go wrong. It's not a bad way to kill a Saturday afternoon.