Old Captain Noah is frustrated. He and his wife are at odds about what could and should be done as to enticing an entire menagerie into his ark for their own self preservation. Pairs of animals arrive and complications arise about signing them up and finding them proper quarters. Only the intercession of a dynamic blues singing angel spiced with written messages from the Lord helps to restore some semblance of sanity to the situation. Then discrimination among the animals takes place. Unicorns and Griffins prefer to become extinct rather than associate with the likes of rats, skunks and others. But after forty days and nights, their stormy voyage on the ark is ended-- and its passengers depart for a brave new world and new complications in accommodations on terra firma.
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