A boy (Bobby Breen) adopted by a San Francisco fisherman decides to leave his home when the fisherman's sister-in-law moves in with her annoying son. Efforts are on to find Breen...but first, some musical numbers, including "Blue Italian Waters" and"Sell Your Cares for a Song." Leo Carrillo, Lee Patrick and Slicker the Seal also star. 72 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; bonus footage; more.
When a young child is abandoned on the docks of San Francisco, he is found and taken in by a kindly fisherman (Bobby Breen). All seems fine in this heartwarming and dramatic musical, until the arrival of the fisherman's sister-in-law and her bratty son. The boy runs away and it is up to his fisherman/father figure to launch a city-wide search effort. Bernard Vorhaus directs. Included are favorite Bobby's Italian songs. Extras include intro and film history by Lou Lumenick, production notes, bonus cartoons from the ROAN Archive, and more.