Three dramas based on three works by John Galsworthy, Susan Glaspell and Eugene O’Neill
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Naive and idealistic Jefferson Smith, leader of the Boy Rangers, is appointed to the United States Senate by the puppet governor of his state. He soon discovers, upon going to Washington, many shortcomings of the political process as his earnest goal of a national boys’ camp leads to a conflict with the state political boss.
A teenager (Pat Boone), recently in trouble with the police, is sent to live with his aunt and uncle on their Kentucky farm in order to rediscover life’s values. Director Henry Levin’s 1957 musical remake of “Home In Indiana” also stars Shirley Jones, Arthur O’Connell, Jeanette Nolan and Dolores Michaels.