Goldie is conned by a elderly couple who claim to be raising money for an orphanage.



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Episode cast overview:
Mr. Bleeker
Dennis Olivieri ...
Roy Strickland (as Dennis Joel)
Pat Strickland
Mr. Seaton
Mrs. Bleeker
Shari Lee Bernath ...
Phil Phillips ...
Victor Sutherland ...
Franklin Carter


Goldie is conned by a elderly couple who claim to be raising money for an orphanage.

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31 March 1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Broad And Incoherent
10 January 2015 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

I just watched this episode on YouTube. It was my first experience with the show, which I viewed out of curiosity. If this is typical of the series, chances are, I won't be watching too many other episodes. There were so many elements that simply made no sense at all. There's a scene where she's walking down the street, and people are handing her huge wads of cash for seemingly no reason whatsoever. And where exactly does one go to "rent kids" for anything?

I'm giving it three stars, because Miss Hutton does deliver one (and only one) humorous quip that still holds up and would be considered funny in any context. I can easily imagine Marge Simpson saying this:

"You're now witnessing before your very eyes, the greatest transformation of the ages. I'm changing from a sensitive, naive person into a bitter, cynical, uncaring person. In other words, I'm gonna become a human being!"

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