The Millionaire: Season 2, Episode 32

The Louise Williams Story (2 May 1956)

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The use by a charismatic secretary of her money at the same time a man comes to ready the office to function in absence of the ill boss draws the suspicion of her exceptionally jealous husband to be and endangers the engagement.

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Marvin Miller ...
Vanessa Brown ...
Louise Williams
William Ching ...
Allen Johnson
Scott Forbes ...
Madison Gary
Beverly Wills ...
Barbara
Paul Frees ...
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The use by a charismatic secretary of her money at the same time a man comes to ready the office to function in absence of the ill boss draws the suspicion of her exceptionally jealous husband to be and endangers the engagement.

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Michael Anthony: [Anthony enters the study to see Tipton, seated in a high backed chair at his desk, building a house of playing cards. Only Tipton's hands are visible to viewers] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Mike, did you ever build a card house?
Michael Anthony: [Slightly smiling] I haven't for some time, sir.
John Beresford Tipton: Men's lives are built like this.
[Tipton's hands are seen placing cards atop a bottom base of cards]
John Beresford Tipton: First, a foundation of habit and training, growing precariously upward
[Tipton places some more cards on the house]
John Beresford Tipton: by layers of ...
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