The Millionaire: Season 3, Episode 5

The Fred Graham Story (10 Oct. 1956)

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The operator of a small newspaper uses his money to expose a crooked politician but uncovers facts about a woman that is resistant to his marriage proposal that makes her acceptance even more unlikely.

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Marvin Miller ...
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Fred Graham
Cynthia O'Neal ...
Eve Clarke (as Cynthia Baxter)
Carol Veazie ...
Alma Price
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Joe Price
Barney Phillips ...
Gans
Claire Carleton ...
Flo
Marshall Bradford ...
Horace Dillon
Paul Frees ...
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The operator of a small newspaper uses his money to expose a crooked politician but uncovers facts about a woman that is resistant to his marriage proposal that makes her acceptance even more unlikely.

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Michael Anthony: [Anthony enters Tipton's darkened study to find Tipton seated in a high backed chair watching the World Series on TV] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: [Indicating TV] Watch that one, Mike.
Michael Anthony: I've been keeping the box score, sir.
John Beresford Tipton: [Tipton shushes Anthony]
TV Sportscaster: Well, this may be the last pitch of the game. With two Giants out, the count is 3-2. He winds up, delivers - a fast curve ball is a high popup going foul.
[a fielder catches the popup]
TV Sportscaster: The ball game is over. The New York Yankees triumph over the Giants by a ...
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