A marvelous, beautifully told story has Dupree playing an elderly woman who is painfully lonely. While traveling on a European train she meets a rather unusual family of charming connivers. They've just been kicked out of the Riviera and see this rich, lonely old woman as their next meal
ticket. However, Dupree proves to be not so easy a mark, teaching Young and Burke, along with their children Gaynor and Fairbanks, Jr., a thing or two about life. The family even learns about something called "work." Young gets a job as a car salesman in an art deco showroom demonstrating "Flying
Wombat" cars (a very low-slung fast modernistic model). The story is told with sensiti...