Carl Bellairs and Lindsey Lane, his daughter, meet many years after he deserted her and her mother. They don't much like each other, but wind up working in the same nightclub. Bellairs discovers he has some fatherly instincts and Lindsey that he's not as useless as a parent as she thought. Written by
Arlene K. Witt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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[Bellairs has chastised the maitre d' for letting a fast crowd into the club
They all come from good families, sir.
So did Henry VIII.
It Isn't So Much That I Wouldn't
Words and Music by Max Steiner
Sung and Danced by Helen Chandler See more