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    Meeting the Tuttles, Fran (Dorothy Malone) home from a momentous date, tells aunt Jessie (Ethel Barrymore) and dad (Robert Keith), Laurie and Amy (Doris Day, Elizabeth Fraser) thrilled but anxious, in the remake of Four Daughters, Young At Heart, 1954, with Frank Sinatra and Gig Young.

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