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Milly Scott (Character)
from "The Rifleman" (1958)

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  1. "The Rifleman"
        - Milly's Brother (1962) TV episode, Played by Joan Taylor
        - Tinhorn (1962) TV episode, Played by Joan Taylor
        - A Young Man's Fancy (1962) TV episode, Played by Joan Taylor
        - Sporting Chance (1962) TV episode, Played by Joan Taylor
        - A Friend in Need (1961) TV episode, Played by Joan Taylor
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From "The Rifleman: The Wyoming Story: Part 2 (#3.21)" (1961)
Marshal Micah Torrance: Dirt farming's a lot like cattle raising - a man's gotta have faith, like Miss Milly said. I don't think you've got enough, Mark - not if you've lost faith in your own father.
Milly Scott: Micah!
Marshal Micah Torrance: Keep quiet, Milly.
[to Mark]
Marshal Micah Torrance: Mark, you're just a boy and I've seen grown men buckle up doin' what you're tryin' to do - men like Lucas, who've lost everything they have except this house and piece of land, going off and doing whatever they can to save it and comin' back and tryin' again. Now, Mark, that's faith.
Mark McCain: I tried to think he'd come back, but how much faith is a person supposed to have?
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