Rogers is in top form as an American businessman who takes his family with him on a trip to the British Isles for a meeting with Hare, an English lord. Rogers does not like the Brits any more than Hare likes the Yanks, but eventually they come to terms, especially when their children fall for each other. The finale sequence has Rogers and Hare singing a...read more
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