The Millionaire: Season 2, Episode 4

The Iris Millar Story (19 Oct. 1955)

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A selfish career woman thinks her million will allow her to marry a dedicated young doctor whose attention she has cynically accepted and whose work she has disrespected.

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Marvin Miller ...
Virginia Grey ...
Iris Millar
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Dr. Michael Wells
Olive Sturgess ...
Midge Millar
Gilmore Bush ...
Marty Modena
Carlyle Mitchell ...
Dr. Clayton
Jean Vander Pyl ...
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Eric Wilton ...
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Diane Brewster ...
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Paul Frees ...
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A selfish career woman thinks her million will allow her to marry a dedicated young doctor whose attention she has cynically accepted and whose work she has disrespected.

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Michael Anthony: [Entering study to discover T playing Solitaire] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Ever play Solitaire, Mike?
Michael Anthony: I must confess I've never indulged, sir.
John Beresford Tipton: In Solitaire, you play against yourself. There's nothing to stop you from cheating yourself, if you wish.
Michael Anthony: I'm beginning to get your point, sir.
John Beresford Tipton: One has to be honest with oneself, Mike,
[Chuckles]
John Beresford Tipton: If he isn't, he courts disaster - in life as well as in cards.
[Giving envelope to Anthony]
John Beresford Tipton: Here's the name of our new millionaire, Mike. Let's see if she can be ...
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Pretty Standard Fare
17 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The television show "The Millionaire" has an interesting premise. Each week a random citizen was chosen to receive a million dollars, sort of like Publisher's Clearing House without actually entering the sweepstakes. Each week the story story revolved around how the sudden wealth affected the life of the person who was chosen to receive the sudden largess. This episode is available for viewing on You Tube. Pretty standard fare, about two sisters, one a homebody and one a money grubber who only wants to paint the town. The main reason I decided to comment on this show is the cast listing has the roles reversed. Virginia Grey's character is actually Iris Millar, and Olive Sturgiss plays Midge Millar. It is pretty self evident, because in the 50's Midge was considered a young girl's name while Iris was more of a mature woman's name. I have always liked Marvin Miller. That marvelous voice. I remember him from numerous radio appearances. DeForrest Kelly is also in this episode. He plays a dedicated doctor. All in all this is a pretty good episode, I give it 7 out of 10 stars.


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