An Americanization of the play by George Bernard Shaw:
Dick Dudgeon is the local scapegrace in the New Hampshire community of Yankees where he lives. Even his own mother becomes fed up with the way he flouts the cardinal rules of good sense, good manners and good religion, and throws him out of the house. Judith, Parson Anderson's pretty wife, also has a low opinion of Dick. But Shaw proves Dick's heart is in the right place for he's kind to a poor, belabored servant girl, and, it being the time of the American Revolution, he shortly becomes a Yankee hero.
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