In their final film together, Abbott and Costello are the stars of CLASSIC COMEDY TEAMS--DANCE WITH ME HENRY. This dramatic comedy is about an amusement park owner who adopts stray children. The film begins with a sequence in which Lou Henry (Lou Costello) hopes to shake down the orphanage in an attempt to retrieve his son Duffer (Rusty Hamer). This is curtailed by Bud Flick (Bud Abbott). It turns out that one of the rides in Lou's amusement park has gone out of control and Bud has no idea how to stop it. Meanwhile Miss Mayberry (Mary Wickes) has discovered that Lou's gambling debts are out of control and the local loan shark Big Frank has blackmailed Lou into taking counterfeit money to Chicago. When Abbott tells Costello that Mayberry is on to him, Lou accidentally arranges a meeting with the welfare department in the same place as his meeting with Big Frank. Abbott manages to intervene again wreaking even more unexpected havoc. The finale is complete with a gaggle of children who all manage to sneak away from home and throw a wrench into Big Frank's plans for extortion. Director Charles Barton pulls out all the stops.