The Millionaire (1955–1960)
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Millionaire Charles Bradwell 

Charles Bradwell works as a janitor for a school, but has no family to call his own. After getting his million dollars, decides to go out and find a family to claim as his own.




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Episode cast overview:
Tom Morrison
Mary LaRoche ...
Ann Powell Morrison
Judy Morrison
Helene Heigh ...
Mrs. Kester
Sheila Connolly ...
Young Girl
Charles Bradwell


Charles Bradwell, a school janitor, is a man without a family to call his own. No wife. No kids. No relatives. Though this doesn't stop him from bragging to his friends about the large, happy family he has out in Indiana. After Michael Anthony provides him with his million dollar check, Charles later admits to his best friend, Woody, that all his stories about that happy family he has out in Indiana, never really existed. He only wished he had a family. Charles then hits on the idea of actually going to Indiana, the site of his fictional family, and find a real family to attach himself to. At random he picks the town of Rockwell, Indiana (don't look. There is no Rockwell, Indiana. There is however a Rockwell, Iowa) to travel to in order to pick a family he would like to be a part of. At a park, he runs across the Morrison family. Watching them talk and interact with each other, Charles picks them. He goes to the town library to do some background research on the Morrison's. Then goes ... Written by Marc Solomon

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10 June 1959 (USA)  »

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Michael Anthony: [Anthony enters a study to find Tipton, seated in a high backed chair at his desk, perusing a photograph album. Only Tipton's left hand is visible to viewers] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Mike, I've just been wallowing in nostalgia.
Michael Anthony: I beg your pardon, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Looking over these photos of my family. Do you have a family album, Mike?
Michael Anthony: Why, yes, of course, sir. Doesn't everybody?
John Beresford Tipton: Oh, not everybody. There are some people in the world that are alone. No family, no albums - no one to share anything with.
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