In the San Diego area (at Coronado) a family heirloom/good luck piece ring is sold by a man's mother to raise money. A spinsterish school teacher on vacation from Philadelphia buys the ring... See full summary »

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Lucy Bram
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Mario Robrioz
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Ellen Yarnell
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Kate Taylor
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Mario's Mother
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In the San Diego area (at Coronado) a family heirloom/good luck piece ring is sold by a man's mother to raise money. A spinsterish school teacher on vacation from Philadelphia buys the ring at a gift shop and the man, just too late to buy it back, decides to romance her to recover the good luck piece. As time passes the relationship becomes more important than the ring. Written by dubchi

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28 May 1964 (USA)  »

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Fantasy-like
6 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Julie Harris, playing her usual spinster type, is on a vacation with two friends (Gregg, Adams) in San Diego. On a whim she purchases a gaudy ring from a shop. Unbeknownst to her, the ring was sold to the shop by an old woman whose son was suppose to inherit it. The son is a gigolo, and mom has decided to teach him a lesson. He tracks down the spinster and her friends, and acts as their sightseeing guide in an effort to regain the ring. One problem: it's stuck tight on the spinster's finger. He woos then assaults the woman in an attempt to pry the ring from her finger, and the three women chase hm off. But he sneaks back, ready to kill the spinster if necessary. Great performances by all involved, and the story (WITH TeLEPLAY BY THE LEGENDARY JAMES GUNN) IS AS FRESH AS the day it was written.


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