At the Travellers Rest Hotel in the Alps, George Wallace plays the part of a bogus count. The other characters include a genial Irish innkeeper, a redheaded valet, and a real count. The Brisbane Courier records that one scene, set at a fire station, sees Wallace going 'through a catechism so that his fitness for fighting fires may be determined'. It is a 'cyclone of merriment', notes the critic (26 October 1926, p.16).
Songs presented during 1925-26 included 'Off to Philadelphia' (an old song revived by Marshall Crosby), 'Somebody Stole My Girl' (Fred Hayes and the Six Rascals), and 'Live, Laugh and Love' (Marie Nyman).
1924: Majestic Theatre, Newtown, Sydney, 4-10 October.
1925: Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, 31 January - 6 February.
1925: Fullers' Theatre, Sydney, 21-27 March.
1925: Bijou Theatre, Melbourne, 8-14 August.
1925: Empire Theatre, Brisbane, 24-30 October (return season: 6-12 February 1926).
1927: New Bijou Theatre, Melbourne, 29 January - 4 February.
1928: Bijou Theatre, Melbourne, 17-23 November.
1930: Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, 15-21 March.