A copywriter finds herself writing speeches for two opposing candidates.




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Episode cast overview:
Judy Evans
Al Kiner (as Touch Connors)
John Eldredge ...
Grady Smith
Raymond Greenleaf ...
Jake Alberts
Howard Wright ...
Roy Taylor


A copywriter finds herself writing speeches for two opposing candidates.

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29 September 1956 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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11 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Interesting episode where Loretta moves into town and writes speeches for a radio station. She winds up writing speeches for both candidates in a mayoral contest. While she really likes the ideas of candidate Mike Connors, she is dutifully bound to be fair to his opponent in her writings.

This is all well and good until the election results reveal a tie. While it was a nice gesture to think of the Loretta character as a possible appointment was interesting, but silly.

The good features of the episode spoke about investment in infrastructure of urban areas to promote business and prevent widespread exodus of those born in these towns.

The idea of compromise is always good as shown what was done due to the election results.

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