The Millionaire: Season 1, Episode 12

The Pev Johnson Story (6 Apr. 1955)

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Bill Bartlett gets slothful Pev Johnson a job in his bank because his daughter does not feel she can marry Bill until Pev has means but suspicion of embezzlement threatens the bank and the marriage when Pev starts spending his million.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marvin Miller ...
Eleanore Tanin ...
Marian Johnson
Leonard Freeman ...
Bill Bartlett
Arthur Shields ...
J. 'Pev' Johnson
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Jame V. Morely
Ferris Taylor ...
Jim
George Eldredge ...
Willie
Bess Flowers ...
Saleslady
Hal Taggart ...
Jewelry Salesman
Charles Williams ...
Cigarstand Proprietor
Gilman Rankin ...
Customer (as Gil Rankin)
Netta Packer ...
Customer
Ken Christy ...
Customer
Joe Kerr ...
Customer
Harry Hickox ...
Customer
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Bill Bartlett gets slothful Pev Johnson a job in his bank because his daughter does not feel she can marry Bill until Pev has means but suspicion of embezzlement threatens the bank and the marriage when Pev starts spending his million.

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Michael Anthony: [Anthony enters a workshop where he finds Tipton working on a grindstone polishing gems. Tipton is off-camera with only his hands visible to the viewers] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Mike,
[displaying a jewel]
John Beresford Tipton: this was once a dull, course gem, just like
[displaying a second stone]
John Beresford Tipton: this. Naturally, this
[indicating the first gem]
John Beresford Tipton: is worth infinitely more than this
[indicating the second rock]
John Beresford Tipton: . Just like people, who sometimes need to be shaped and polished to bring out the best in them. However, as we know,...
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