Ann's flamboyant uncle, Lew's brother, Herbert Marie is flying into New York from Iceland for a visit, he who Ann hasn't seen since she was a child. Ann loves her uncle, whereas Lew has always believed he was a small time con artist. Time has not changed either of their opinions, but Uncle Herbert's actions sway Ann's opinion slightly toward her father's. But things get worse for Ann and Donald when Uncle Herbert meets Donald's boss, Jonathan Adams, and convinces him to invest in what he calls his lucrative tuna growing business. If Uncle Herbert is pulling a scam, it could very well mean Donald's job. Or is Uncle Herbert legitimate despite his outward appearance to Ann, Donald and Lew? Written by
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References A Man for All Seasons
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
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