The Millionaire (1955–1960)
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The Amy Moore Story 

Harried store salesperson and widow Amy Moore greets her check as a means to bring relief to her asthmatic son but feelings toward money of a man with whom she is developing a serious romantic relationship makes her fortune a dilemma.

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Toni Gerry ...
Amy Moore
Ray Galli ...
Joseph 'Joe' Reilly Moore Jr.
Roy Gordon ...
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Liz
Joseph Mell ...
Mr. Levy
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Smitty
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Fat Woman
Paul Frees ...
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Harried store salesperson and widow Amy Moore greets her check as a means to bring relief to her asthmatic son but feelings toward money of a man with whom she is developing a serious romantic relationship makes her fortune a dilemma.

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19 January 1955 (USA)  »

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In this first episode of the series, the million dollar cashier's check is presented to recipient Amy Moore by Andrew V. McMahon, president of Gotham City Trust and Savings, on behalf of the anonymous John Beresford Tipton. Banker McMahon would distribute about a half dozen such checks during the first season, then disappear for the remainder of the series. Tipton's executive secretary, Michael Anthony (actor Marvin Miller) would dispense the gift checks on all other occasions for the run of the series. See more »

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Michael Anthony: [Directly facing the viewers from his office] My name is Michael Anthony. There are 2,400,000,000 people in this world. Nineteen of them are worth $500,000,000 or more. I worked as Executive Secretary for one of these men. His name was John Beresford Tipton. He was a bachelor. He was a billionaire. You never heard of John Beresford Tipton. He avoided publicity - bought and paid for privacy. He is now dead.
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