Kicked off the boat in Italy, Charlie forces himself upon a pizzeria owner. Donning his best Italian accent and garb, Charlie sets to work as a waiter, astonishing and horrifying the customers with his barefoot grape-stomping and musical rendition of "Atsa Matta for You?" The pizzeria owner tricks Charlie into holding the Leaning Tower of Pisa which the former mistook as if it's falling, leaving Charlie stranded at the side of the tower, where the dog's calls for help fall on deaf ears.
Charlie would work as a waiter in an Italian restaurant once again in the 2000 direct-to-video feature film Tweety's High-Flying Adventure, where he serves Tweety some bird seed with marinara sauce.
The copyright was renewed on December 27, 1977.
Since the cartoon was reissued during the 1959-1964 season, the original opening and ending titles are scrapped off and in place, the ending card has the "A VITAPHONE RELEASE" ending card from the 1960s.
The original titles are the orange Color Rings with a black background.
The ending music would be later reused in "Chow Hound", another cartoon released during 1951.