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A small-town country homebody goes to New York to find her missing fiancé and gets romantically involved with two sophisticated men.
The $2 retail price for Niles' book would equate to nearly $35 in 2017.
William, the Butler:
Pardon me, sir. There's a young lady crying in your bedroom.
Malcolm 'Mal' Niles: Well, what of it? It's a party, isn't it?
The scenes at the end when, both sets of parents meet, has Franchot Tone's father alternating from Douglas Wood to Charles Richman from scene to scene.
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