My Hero: Season 1, Episode 14

The Boat (7 Feb. 1953)

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Beanblossom sells a $17,500 cabin cruiser, and he is flabbergasted when the purchaser pays with a stack of cash.

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
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Robert Beanblossom
Julie Bishop ...
Julie Marshall
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Mr. Willis Thackery
Louis Jean Heydt ...
Lacey
Robert Osterloh ...
Reiner
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Turk
Russ Conway ...
Guard
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Beanblossom sells a $17,500 cabin cruiser, and he is flabbergasted when the purchaser pays with a stack of cash.

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Comedy

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7 February 1953 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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The stack of $17,500 in cash that Beanblossom received in 1953 had the purchasing power of $150,000 in 2012. See more »

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[first lines]
Robert S. "Bob" Beanblossom: [narrating, while the camera pans the scene] Beanblossom's the name, Robert S. Beanblossom. That's me there with the rope around my chest. The pretty girl with her hands tied behind her back is Julie Marshall. Mr. Thackery, our boss at the Thackery Realty Company, is the red-faced gentleman with the gag in his mouth. Our predicament may seem unusual, but we got into it in the most logical way you can imagine - it's what can happen if you overdo the old saying that, "Honesty is the ...
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