Holiday: A Comedy in Three Acts

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Samuel French, Inc., 1956 - Comedy - 109 pages
4 Reviews
"Freespirited Johnny Case finds himself engaged to one girl but preferring the other. The wealthy Seton sisters are his intended, socially proper Julia, and Linda, non-conforming, boyish and fresh. Expecting his future son-in-law to tow the family line, patriarch Edward Seton realizes that Johnny cannot, and having met and fallen for Linda, she and Johnny, two kindred souls, take their life-as-a-holiday in the company of each other."--From publisher's website.
 

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User Review  - Autumn - Goodreads

I actually give this play 3.5 stars. It was good but it was a little disappointing after reading, and loving, The Philadelphia Story. Maybe I will like the movie more? Read full review

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User Review  - Matthew Conroy - Goodreads

I love the movie, so I thought I'd see what the source material was like. The movie makes several improvements. The biggest difference I think is the Potters characters and how they are known to the ... Read full review

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