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Count Borselli (Character)
from "Four Star Playhouse" (1952)

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  1. "Four Star Playhouse"
    ... aka "Charles Boyer Stars" - USA (rerun title)
    ... aka "Dick Powell Presents" - USA (rerun title)
    ... aka "Golden Playhouse" - USA (rerun title)
    ... aka "Presenting Charles Boyer" - USA (rerun title)
    ... aka "Presenting David Niven" - USA (rerun title)
    ... aka "Presenting Dick Powell" - USA (rerun title)
    ... aka "Presenting Ida Lupino" - USA (rerun title)
    ... aka "Star Performance" - USA (rerun title)
        - A String of Beads (1954) TV episode, Played by George Macready
  2. "Schlitz Playhouse"
    ... aka "Schlitz Playhouse of Stars" - USA (original title)
    ... aka "Herald Playhouse" - USA (syndication title)
    ... aka "The Playhouse" - USA (syndication title)
        - A String of Beads (1952) TV episode, Played by Carl Esmond

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From "Four Star Playhouse: A String of Beads (#2.18)" (1954)
Joan Robinson: And despite the fact that I told the truth, everybody believed you. And because they did, it was assumed that I was something that I wasn't and never pretended to be. Now they call me a cheat and a liar. Who cheated? Who lied? You knew they were just an ordinary string of beads, Count Borselli. I don't know why you did it, it doesn't matter now, but you must be very satisfied. Your hoax was a huge success.
Count Bocelli: Miss Robinson, just a moment.
Joan Robinson: No.
Count Bocelli: Please.
Joan Robinson: All right. Why did you do it?
Count Bocelli: A whim, if you will. The party seemed dull, the people pretentious, and their attitude toward you left much to be desired.
Joan Robinson: And your attitude toward me - what that any better? If it was such a good joke, couldn't you have let me in on it? Perhaps I might have enjoyed it too.
Count Bocelli: You seem to be enjoying yourself very much lately, Miss Robinson. We both knew it was an illusion, didn't we? But then, what else is happiness? And now you're furious with me. Ah, well, I wish I could undo the mischief. I shall of course explain everything to Mrs. Livingston.
Joan Robinson: It's a little late for explanations.
Count Bocelli: Well then, at least let me make some small reparation by asking you out to dinner tonight.
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