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Author: Douglas Donald
Publisher: London ; New York : French, ©1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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George and Paula Aston are set to celebrate twenty-five years of happy married life with a three-month holiday in Florida, until George breaks the news that the trip must be postponed. Paula is recovering from the disappointment when their daughter, Penny, arrives having left her husband, Tony, because she feels too dominated by him. Paula, in an effort to coach Penny and teach Tony and George a lesson, plans a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comedies
Comedy plays
Playscripts
Plays
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Donald
ISBN: 0573114358 9780573114359
OCLC Number: 8012364
Description: 48 pages : plan ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Douglas Donald.

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George and Paula Aston are set to celebrate twenty-five years of happy married life with a three-month holiday in Florida, until George breaks the news that the trip must be postponed. Paula is recovering from the disappointment when their daughter, Penny, arrives having left her husband, Tony, because she feels too dominated by him. Paula, in an effort to coach Penny and teach Tony and George a lesson, plans a jaunt in London leaving a cryptic note for the husbands to interpret as they will. Arriving home to an empty flat, George is confronted by an angry Tony but as they commiserate they find unexpected solace with the arrival of the Americans, Glenda and Cindy Lou Oppenheimer, with whom they decide to go on the town. In turn, Paul and Penny arrive home to find the flat empty and discover where their husbands have gone. Eventually George and Tony return and all is happily resolved.

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