George Wallace plays Archie, a bobby who prefers directing traffic to catching murderers and burglars.
The 1925 Brisbane production, which (according to the Brisbane Courier) included several numbers from shows staged in previous weeks, also included such songs as 'The Deathless Army' (sung by Marshall Crosby), 'Down at Donovans' (opening chorus), 'Ethel,' and an unnamed 'rollicking parody' on 'Maggie' (both written by George Wallace), 'Oh Dear Brethren' (Tom Lincoln), 'Too Tired' (Lulla Fanning), and 'Out of the Shadows' and 'When Lights are Low' (Marie Nyman).
1924: Majestic Theatre, Newtown, Sydney, 27 September - 3 October.
1925: Fullers' Theatre, Sydney, 25 April - 1 May.
1925: Bijou Theatre, Melbourne, 1-7 August.
1925: Empire Theatre, Brisbane, 28 November - 4 December.
1926: Empire Theatre, Brisbane, 13-19 March.