Music: P.&P.

Patience and Prudence Mclntyre, 14 and 11 years old respectively, are just like most girls their age except that they have a daddy who is a pianist-songwriter (The Money Tree) and full of bright ideas. One day Daddy—Mark Mclntyre—took them over to a recording studio and played his arrangement of the old Lee David-Billy Rose heart-thumper, Tonight You Belong to Me, while the girls cut a record as a birthday gift for Grandmother. When a musical friend of the family heard the record, "she flipped," and when Daddy submitted the disk to Liberty Records, President Si Waronker flipped too. By now,...

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