A senator is trying to get his niece to marry a foreign count. The senator's teenage son finds out that the count is not only a phony, but an international criminal. The boy sets out to break up the impending marriage and save his father from ruin and his cousin from marrying a man she doesn't love. Written by
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The original Broadway production of "George Washington, Jr." opened at the Herald Square Theatre on February 12, 1906, ran for 81 performances and was written by, starred, staged and lyrics and music by George M. Cohan
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