Rodney (Richard Cooper) is the sort of upper-class twit who would make John Cleese look like Arnold Schwarzenegger. Falling in love with a cute female crook (Elizabeth Allen), Rodney saves her from the clutches of a dogged detective (John Newell). He then agrees to help her out during her next few burglaries, proving to have a hitherto unsuspected aptitude for crime. All that saves this 50-minute quota quickie from total worthlessness is the performance of Richard Cooper, a past master of "silly-ass" characterizations. Rodney Steps In might never have been given a U.S. showing had it not been for the insatiability of early-television Late Late Shows.
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