Husband and wife Rudy and Betty Blaine, music writer and lyricist respectively for Broadway impresario Florenz Ziegfeld Jr., are staying at the White Sands to rejuvenate their creative ... See full summary »

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Husband and wife Rudy and Betty Blaine, music writer and lyricist respectively for Broadway impresario Florenz Ziegfeld Jr., are staying at the White Sands to rejuvenate their creative juices, which have not been flowing of late especially for Rudy. Simon and Hetty share the view of most townsfolk that show business people are vulgar, and indeed the Blaines are more liberal and urban in their views than Simon and Hetty like. They feel the Blaine's stay at the hotel will ruin its reputation. But Hetty changes her mind about them when she learns the urban legend (i.e. the story in truth being false) that the Blaines have played to great aplomb for King George V, a story which the Blaines don't correct. Hetty tries to get the Blaines involved in a local musical production associated with the King. Meanwhile, Jasper's cousin Selena is in town helping Olivia with Jasper's projects while Jasper is away in England. Jasper sends a recording device home which he asks Olivia and Selena to ... Written by Huggo

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The Holly and the Ivy
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Traditional
Performed by Jackie Burroughs
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