The Millionaire (1955–1960)
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The Norman Conover Story 

Grocer Norman Conover starts a chain of stores with his million which draws a visit from his first wife, who has formerly agreed to stay away.



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Episode cast overview:
Norman Conover
Myra Putnam
Lew Conover
Janet Conover
John - Police Officer
John McNamara ...
Dr. Carl Huston
Paul Frees ...


When a small town business man is the beneficiary of the million dollar gift, he buys a chain of grocery stores in the Midwest. His automobile-obsessed son eavesdrops and suddenly must face the fact that his real mother is a blackmailing tramp rather than a sweet, pure and dead lady as he's always been told. Written by WesternOne

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10 September 1958 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Actress Tido Fedderson, who appeared in each and every installment of this series during its six year run in various uncredited, non speaking cameos, and who is the wife of series producer Don Fedderson, appears in this program in a Photograph on the wall of Myra Putnam's hotel room. See more »


Michael Anthony: [Anthony descends some stairs into a Tipton estate laboratory. Tipton is just off camera and only his right arm is visible] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Have you ever seen a device like this, Mike?
Michael Anthony: [Anthony observes a candle burning in a dish, surrounded by a black powder] A candle, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: A candle burning toward an exploding powder.
[Anthony becomes immediately concerned]
John Beresford Tipton: I understand it was once very popular as a torture device.
Michael Anthony: I don't believe I ever...
John Beresford Tipton: There are people whose lives are lived this way. ...
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