Cast & Crew
The two impoverished Oberon brothers, Francis and Douglas, learn that their grandmother has left her fortune to Toni, a cousin residing in Corsica. Expecting Toni's arrival and determined to get the money for themselves, they are relieved when a formidable visitor identifies herself as Miss Richards of True Woman magazine rather than the cousin they are awaiting. When Toni does arrive, she is so beautiful that, since both brothers are willing and eager to marry her, murdering her becomes the obvious alternative. Toni, however, with Miss Richards' aid, skillfully thwarts the designs of the would-be assassins. As she bids them farewell, Toni informs them that she and Gilbert, her longtime Corsican butler, will be married.
Fred A. Swann
Opened in London in March 1962 as She'll Have To Go.