The Ford Television Theatre: Season 5, Episode 19

The Connoisseur (6 Feb. 1957)

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A painter and his American wife who enjoy an unconventional life style in Europe want their daughter to marry but the father questions his daughter's conventional leanings and develops some regret about the life he has chosen.

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Albert Crest
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Ruth Crest
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Pippa Crest
William Leslie ...
Geoffrey Davis
Nestor Paiva ...
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A painter and his American wife who enjoy an unconventional life style in Europe want their daughter to marry but the father questions his daughter's conventional leanings and develops some regret about the life he has chosen.

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Pippa Crest: You're really trying to marry me off, aren't you?
Albert Crest: Of course, my dear child! Marriage, my dear child, has been defined as a blessed state, which combines the maximum of temptation with the optimum of opportunity.
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