Edgar Loves Vilma (1970) Daughter of a nightclub singer, Vilma met Edgar whose father is also a single. Both parents fell in love at the same time as Vilma and Edgar became lovers. Some twist of story like the sudden breaking up of the young teen's parents due to Edgar's grandmother's disaproval of her son's relationship to a night club singer, which is a societal taboo for the upper class during those days, and the kidnapping of Vilma. But all we're ironed out and settled just in time for the final musical production number, showing the whole gang dancing and singing to Vilma's hit song, "Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Love You!"
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