The Millionaire: Season 4, Episode 17

The Peter Bartley Story (15 Jan. 1958)

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Peter Bartley wants to use his money to find and help his two younger brothers who were separated from him by adoption from a Catholic orphanage where Pete grew to adulthood.

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Marvin Miller ...
John Ericson ...
Sgt. Peter Bartley
Johnny Washbrook ...
Peter Bartley as a boy
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Sister Mary Robert
Rene Kroper ...
James Bartley as a boy
Mickey Maga ...
John Bartley as a boy
Ronald Green ...
Father James Eagan
Paul Savage ...
Jerry Donahue
Kaye Elhardt ...
Dora McKenna
Rocky Lundy ...
Boy in Fight
Paul Frees ...
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Peter Bartley wants to use his money to find and help his two younger brothers who were separated from him by adoption from a Catholic orphanage where Pete grew to adulthood.

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Helen is the real first name of actress Tido Fedderson, who played Sister Helen in an uncredited cameo in this episode. See more »

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Michael Anthony: [Anthony enters the Tipton study to find Tipton seated in a high backed chair, reading the Bible. Only Tipton's right arm is visible to the viewers] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: You know, Mike, there are many reasons why the Bible has always been the best seller of all time: for it's profound, enduring religious importance, but also because it's a collection of the greatest stories in all the world.
Michael Anthony: That it is indeed, sir.
John Beresford Tipton: I have just been reading the story of a dreamer and a colt of many colors: the ...
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