Pop decides to buy the west wing of the country seat of impoverished aristocrats, the Bluff-Gores, initially for scrap, but Lady Bluff-Gore persuades him to go into the property business. Having rebuffed the advances of urbanite Corinne Perigo, Pop is set up when Mrs. Perigo engineers a situation in which he catches hold of nervous Mrs. Jerebohm to stop her from falling over on a boat. Mrs Perigo encourages the other woman to bring a charge of sexual harassment against Pop. Written by
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When Charley says "At last he rose, and twitched his mantle blue: Tomorrow to fresh woods, and pastures new," he is quoting "Lycidas" by John Milton. See more
Performed by English Light Concert Orchestra (uncredited)
Written by E. White
Published by Chappell Recorded Music Library See more