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Daughters in Law (1961)

by Henry Cecil

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Mr Justice Coombe is a well-respected judge who has beautiful twin daughters. One goes to the Bar while the other becomes a solicitor. They each fall in love with the sons of Major Claude Buttonstep. Unfortunately the Major dislikes lawyers and cannot accept his sons' choice of partner. The Major is then unexpectedly forced into litigation with his neighbour, Mr Trotter and events take an interesting turn for everyone concerned . . .… (more)

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Some otherwise mild-mannered people become aggressive or offensive or at the very least lose some control of themselves when confronted with something or somebody they particularly hate.
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