The Millionaire (1955–1960)
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The Emily Short Story 

Woman gets the million dollars, meets a mysterious man on an airplane while travelling to France. Starring the always beautiful Carolyn Jones.

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Emily Short
Donald Murphy ...
Mark Ryan
Maurice Marsac ...
Joseph Denille
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Madam Genet
Eugene Borden ...
Customs Officer
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Mae
Richard Patton ...
Eddie
Richard Shackleton ...
Office Boy
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Woman gets the million dollars, meets a mysterious man on an airplane while travelling to France. Starring the always beautiful Carolyn Jones.

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16 February 1955 (USA)  »

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John Beresford Tipton: [Tipton is seated on the terrace of the south wing of Silverstone. He is off-camera and is stroking a small bird in his hands, which is the only visible part of his body] There, there.
[Chuckles]
John Beresford Tipton: There, there, now.
Michael Anthony: [Anthony arrives and sits next to Tipton, as he observes the bird] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Mike, on my walk this morning, I found this little bird. It's mother evidently pushed it from the nest, thinking it could fly on its own, you know.
Michael Anthony: Yes, sir.
John Beresford TiptonMichael Anthony: A couple of days more of feeding and ...
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End credits for this show listed "John Beresford Tipton" as a cast member as if a real person by that name were playing himself. The role was actually voiced by famous voice actor, Paul Frees, whose name does not appear in the end credits. See more »

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