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Simple Story but Nancy Kwan and Pat Boone are great!
This movie will never be in anybody's top 10 favorite list, but a young Nancy Kwan and Pat Boone make it worth it. Nice supporting cast also with great music and views from a time long past away. A nice movie to relax and enjoy.
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