Audio isn’t the best, but if you can get past the sound like it’s coming through a tunnel, it’s not so bad.
Dennis sings new lyrics to Clancey Lowers the Boom. The result of a recent contest for listeners to take part in.
Weaverville has never been known as an artistic center, but the local museum is having an art fair, and Mrs Anderson is excited to have a painting featured in it. Dennis offers glowing reviews of her painting. The praise still manages to rub Mrs Anderson the wrong way when he can’t make heads or tails of her painting.
Mildred enters to comment on the painting, and proves it isn’t just Dennis who can’t figure it out. Even Mr Anderson says the wrong things about the artwork.
Dennis heads off to work where his boss even has a painting to enter in the art fair. . Mr Jacoby, the voice of Schlepperman, is a bit more impervious to Dennis making mistakes at recognizing the subject of his painting.
Bad news comes that Mr Jacoby is going to have his store foreclosed on if he can’t raise $500. Mildred is on hand to offer an idea to make sure his painting wins at the art fair. Dennis is to pose as a French artist to try to impress the French judge.
The commercial is snipped, and the audio skips to Dennis already singing, This Love of Mine.
Sidney Sheldon is a tough guy who has business with the art judge, and when Dennis comes in to lay on his fake French routine, Sidney pretends right along with him, and puts on his fake French as well. It seems that Dennis is a better fake than Sidney, because the tough guy thinks the painting is valuable, and steals it.
Still, Dennis manages to pull some strings, and the judge is to throw the contest in Mrs Anderson’s favor if she helps out Mr Jacoby. She is happy with the deal, until her painting is revealed. Nobody understands her masterpiece. Ah, the poor old suf
Dennis sings, Just a Little Love.