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4.0 out of 5 stars Very funny, needs updating for today's P.C. world., 16 Sept. 1998
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This review is from: Once in a Lifetime / You Can't Take It with You (Paperback)
The play centers around the crazy Sycmore family, particularly focusing on the younger daughter, Alice. Alice is engaged to Tony Kirby, but feels the gap between his straight-laced roots and her outlandish upbringing will be to strong. In an effort to dissuede her, Tony surprises her by bringing his parents to visit on the wrong night so they get an acurate idea of Alice's family. The night ends with the whole company being arrested for the illegal manufacture of fireworks. Alice plans to leave for the Adirondacks, but is stopped by Tony. His father comes for him, but Mr. Kirby is brought around to the other side by Grandpa, who points out a very important fact. Whatever possessions you have in life are of no consequence. You can't take it with you when you die.
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Once in a Lifetime / You Can't Take It with You
Once in a Lifetime / You Can't Take It with You by George Kaufman (Paperback - 25 Aug. 2000)
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