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Fair Exchange: Eddie Walker of New York City and Tommy Finch of London, England had been World War II buddies and they decide to swap teenage daughters Patty and Heather for a year.

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Released: September 21, 1962
Genres: Comedy
Director: Kim Mills
Actors: Audrey Christie Dennis Waterman Diana Chesney Eddie Foy Jr Flip Mark Hal Smith Howard Caine Judy Carne Lynn Loring Maurice Dallimore Ned Glass Ronald Long Victor Maddern Walter Burke

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