Even though lovely young Julia works hard, she and her aunt will not be able to afford to keep their humble home, which sits at the edge of a garbage dump. If they lose their home, they’ll also lose the treasure Julia’s papa buried somewhere on the property that would take care of all their needs. (Hero Dan would ask his parents for money to help Julia, but alas, he too is an orphan.) As they try yet again to figure out the special riddle to the treasure’s location, a German Mennonite detective appears on the case and is soon followed by two old ladies with long–handled coin detectors ready to help search. The evil Fitzwharton soon gets his girlfriend and his handsome young nephew involved. Needless to say, this is a fresh, unique approach to the traditional melodrama! Some dynamic tunes are included such as "Just for You," "A Garbageman's Daughter," "Women Can Be So Easily Manipulated," and others. About 90 mins.