Hugh O'Brian: Granger
Julius Benedict : [arriving at Granger's mansion] I'm terribly sorry to disturb your party and I realize this might sound strange, but I'm looking for someone who lived here a long time ago.
[Julius hands him his group photo of his mother, six fathers, Traven, and Werner]
Julius Benedict : Mary Anne Benedict. She was my mother.
Granger : [looks up, surprised] You're Mary Anne's son?
Granger Granddaughter : [looking at the photo] That looks just like you, Grandpa.
Granger : Why don't you go help your grandma with lunch, honey?
Granger : ...Dad?
Julius Benedict : No. Well... yes, I suppose, one of them...
Granger : [hugs him] Dad! Dad! One of my fathers!
[in Granger's study]
Granger : Mary Anne Benedict. Boy, I haven't said that name for over 30 years. Your mother was an amazing woman. Sometimes I wondered what would have happened if I'd married her.
Julius Benedict : Why didn't you?
Granger : Well, I asked her to, but she turned me down. Said she was afraid to have any more children. You see, they told her you had died at birth.
Julius Benedict : Who told her we died?
Granger : [points to the group photo] Mitchell Traven, the guy with the clipboard. He supervised the experiment for the government. He still runs the genetics lab at Los Alamos, New Mexico.
Julius Benedict : I'll have to pay him a visit.
Granger : Watch out for him. He's kind of a dickhead, if you know what I mean.
Julius Benedict : "Dickhead"? No, I don't... but I'm learning.