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Rex Harrison Presents Stories of Love (1974)

Pilot for a proposed television anthology series with stories about love, either dramatic or comedic. In this pilot there were three different segments: in the first, a computer falls in ... See full summary »

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Mr. Secretary (as Roscoe Lee Brown)
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Mick
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Mr. Kim (as Soon-Teck Oh)
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Pilot for a proposed television anthology series with stories about love, either dramatic or comedic. In this pilot there were three different segments: in the first, a computer falls in love with its programmer; in the second a World War II vet falls in love with a murderess; in the third a woman falls in love with a penniless painter. Written by Anonymous

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1 May 1974 (USA)  »

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Short Stories of Love  »

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which mills?
11 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

"juliette mills" is credited with a role as an "usherette" in this film. according to the IMDb, "juliette" mills is an actress who was born in France and apparently spent her entire working career there, EXCEPT FOR HER ROLE IN "REX HARRISON'S STORIES OF LOVE.". my "gut" tells me that this may be incorrect. i have a hunch that instead of being portrayed by a french born actress, the "usherette" role was essayed by the much better known JULIET mills (british actress, star of "nanny and the professor," daughter of sir john mills). this "role" seems to be little more than a walk-on, an unusual appearance for a woman who had recently starred in an American television series. but i could imagine the former "nanny" star taking on the part as a kind of "in joke" or as a favor to a friend (possibly Harrison himself). if there is anyone out there who can clarify this point, i wish that person would volunteer whatever information he or she has........


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