Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
This three-episode drama chronicles the exploits of Americans in Poland. In the first, the hero plays a womanizing young businessman on a trip who stops by to visit his uncle. His father has been sending money to the old man for years. The hero discovers that the man is in a rest home and that his father's money has been supporting the uncle's son and his wife. In the second story, a widower from Indiana visits his father's village birthplace to look for a bride. All the village mothers are most eager to marry their daughters off to the Yankee and they treat him royally. One night he gets really drunk and marries the village tramp. In the third episode, an American entrepreneur endeavors to buy dirt from famous battlegrounds to sell in Chicago. The eager Poles are more than happy to oblige him. The happy businessman loads his dirt into a ship and sails happily for his home.
businessperson, entrepreneur, uncle, widow/widower, battlefield