Stacey waits till the day before his club opening to fess up to Julie about the author of her love letters from "Jim," with the success of his new nightclub resting precariously on their meeting's outcome.

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Sally Rogers (credit only)
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Buddy Sorrell (credit only)
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Ritchie Petrie (credit only)
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Jane Wald ...
Julie Kincaid
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Lou Temple
Kendrick Huxham ...
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Willie Cooke
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The day before Stacey's nightclub opens, other matters occupy his thoughts, leaving Rob and Laura to do much of the work at the club. Stacey's preoccupation: Julie Kincaid, the woman he intends to marry (who only knows of Stacey as a friend of a special friend). Stacey wrote Julie love letters on behalf of an army buddy named James Garner (no, not THE James Garner). James eventually lost interest in Julie but not Stacey, who continued writing Julie for himself, still signing the letters with James' name. Building up the courage to meet Julie, Stacey finally makes his appointment to see her, but her reaction to the truth may entirely affect the success or failure of Stacey's business venture. Written by Huggo / edited by statmanjeff

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27 January 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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[repeated line]
Stacey Petrie: NOBODY KNOWS HOW I FEEL!
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Hello, Dolly!
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Music & lyrics by Jerry Herman
Performed by Jerry Van Dyke
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