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Tammy and the Millionaire (1967)

Unrated | | Comedy | May 1967 (USA)
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... Tammy Tarleton
... Uncle Lucius
... Grandpa Mordecai Tarleton
... Dwayne Whitt
... John Brent
... Lavinia Tate
... Peter Tate
... Gloria Tate
Jay Sheffield ... Steven Brent
Teddy Quinn ... Dewey Maine McKinley
Bella Bruck ... Sybelline Tate
Andy Albin ... Spangler, the Mailman
... Billy Joe Morgan (as Craig Hundley)
... Gov. Alden
... Grundy Onyx Purewater Tate
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This is a re-edit of four episodes of the Tammy television series. See more »

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Tammy Tarleton: Looks is a heap more important than brains because most men can see a lot better than they can think.
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Follows Tammy and the Bachelor (1957) See more »

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Tammy and the Millionaire
5 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

Tammy and the Millionaire is my favorite Tammy movie. Debbie Warson did a wonderful job of portraying a sensitive young woman with a lot of common sense. I liked her portrayal better than her better known actresses on the first three movies. Sandra Dee and Debbie Reynolds did a great job as well but at times they came off as rather hokey. Their demeanor and hackneyed language skills in portraying a riverboat dweller at times was irritating, although I loved all of their movies. In Tammy and the Millionaire, Debbie Watson gave a performance that was more true to kind, leaving us feeling that she is definitely a person we would like to know. Denver Pyle and Frank McGrath gave exceptional performances that were funny yet somehow dignified. All of the cast members did a wonderful job and the movie is definitely one worth seeing if you like gentle humor and an upbeat plot.


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