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With bills mounting and their bank balance dwindling, the girls enlist the aid of a slick and fast talking press agent, Jack Connors, played by guest star Morey Amsterdam. Their goal is to ... See full summary »

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Greta Hanson
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Mike McCall
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Loco Jones
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Jack Connors
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Mrs. Larrimore
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Emile Braganza
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Admiral
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With bills mounting and their bank balance dwindling, the girls enlist the aid of a slick and fast talking press agent, Jack Connors, played by guest star Morey Amsterdam. Their goal is to be introduced to the handsome and wealthy bachelors at the exclusive Club 94 by famed society matron, Mrs. Larrimore. Written by Walter Down

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21 October 1957 (USA)  »

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Seeing pre-Jeannie Barbara Eden in the TV series "How to Marry a Millionaire" was a nice treat to me
20 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

Before her iconic-making role in "I Dream of Jeannie", Barbara Eden was one of three stars in the TV version of "How to Marry a Millionaire" as Loco Jones. The other two were Lori Nelson as Greta Hanson and Merry Anders as Mike McCall. They're three women trying to catch someone very rich to wed. In this one, they get an agent named Jack Connors played by Morey Amsterdam to get them an invite to a Latin American tycoon's table at a posh restaurant. I'll stop there and just say that it took a while but I liked some of the witty lines especially those by the scatterbrained Loco who keeps mixing her languages and then has to say "No speak English" to keep from getting more suspicions coming to her! I also liked Amsterdam's little dig at Lorreta Lynn when he mentioned a "coal miner's daughter". This was a nice intro to me of this now-obscure series that I just watched on YouTube. I may see a few more eps in the coming days...


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