At a swanky society party that Donald needs to attend to conduct some interviews for the magazine, Ann has an inauspicious introduction to a kindly old man named Andrew Washington when he accidentally spills his shrimp cocktail plus sauce on Ann's new white crepe dress. Ann refuses his offer to pay for a new dress. It isn't until later that Ann learns from Donald that Mr. Washington is one of the wealthiest men in the country. She learns just how kind and how wealthy he is when in lieu of replacing the dress, he sends her a bracelet, which she later learns contains real diamonds and is worth $4,500. Despite Mr. Washington's advanced age, Donald feels uncomfortable with another man lavishing Ann with gifts, despite Ann's plan on returning it to Mr. Washington. Donald feels even more strongly against Ann agreeing to go out to dinner with Mr. Washington in return for returning the bracelet. Beyond the possible perceived impropriety, Mr. Washington's attention on Ann and the lavish gift ... Written by
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The title is based on the line from the 19th century American western ballad "Oh My Darling, Clementine". See more