Judy opens with a song, One More Dream and He’s Mine.
Cousin Sophie has sent Judy a letter of news from Cactus Junction, and tells about her family who miss her. Crops are failing, but there’s enough in the letter to inspire Judy to see about getting her play produced in her local theater. She pitches her play about Two Gun Gertie to the theaer owner. Geranium enters with the latest word on her boyfriend Pomeroy. Pedro is in your face to tell about a Mexican opera he was in.
Judy and the Sportsmen sing a new arrangement of the old song, Three Blind Mice. With all her friends in her house, Judy goes over some scenes from her play. Pedro tries his best, but messes up the sound affects. Brenda Laverne arrives to show off her acting talents, and be teased by Judy.
The play has it’s debut in the theater. Texas Joe brags abouut his tales of how tough he is to Two Gun Gertie. Other characters breeze in to try to sweep Gertie off her feet. Will they have any luck at it? Will the crowd like it? Will the proceeds from it help withthe poor crops back in Cactus Junction?
Judy closes withher hit, Go to Sleepy Little Baby.