Dawn Langley, a well-to-do woman, hires Hetty to find out why her soon-to-be-married daughter Carloline is being stalked and photographed by a 30-something stranger to the village. Another stranger, a 50-something Australian, sends an expensive bunch of red roses to the house, and Hetty thinks that it's not a coincidence. Adopting Australian accents, she and Geoffrey, who poses as her son, make the rounds of hotels in the area to find the enigmatic stranger from Down Under.
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The headline on the tabloid being read by the hotel clerk is "Di's Fly Boy," obviously referring to a then current romance of Princess Diana. See more
She's right about that, of course.
Mrs. Langley - when she said the two events could be entirely unconnected.
Well, of course, she's right, but then again, Robert, it seems to me that it's too much of a coincidence to be a coincidence.
Original music by Christina McPherson, revised music by Marie Cowan
and lyrics by A.B. 'Banjo' Paterson
[Incorrectly credited as traditional Australian bush song]
[Instrumental version heard when the search is on for the Australian stranger] See more