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Seward's Folly 

Jason travels to Seattle to give William Henry Seward and Leslie Gregg his report of the survey results of Alaska. But his friend, Rufus I. Pitkin, gets drunk and spills the beans to two men who could destroy the 'American Dream.'

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Jason McCord
... Leslie Gregg
... Rufus I. Pitkin
... William Henry Seward
Charles Maxwell ... Sobel
... Grimes (as Robert Hoy)
... Hotel Clerk
... Millie
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Jason travels to Seattle to give William Henry Seward and Leslie Gregg his report of the survey results of Alaska. But his friend, Rufus I. Pitkin, gets drunk and spills the beans to two men who could destroy the 'American Dream.'

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17 October 1965 (USA)  »

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Per the title, Seward's Folly was a nickname from opponents of The Alaska Purchase by the United States from the Russian Empire in 1867 at the behest of Secretary of State William Seward for $7.2 million. Those opposed did not feel that the purchased was worth it and the territory did not reach its full potential until well into the twentieth century. See more »

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Hotel Clerk: Mr. McCord, of course. And Seward. Would that be the same man who talked Washington into buying that worthless iceberg?
Jason McCord: If you mean Alaska, yes.
Hotel Clerk: Well, I heard we paid seven million for...
Jason McCord: You've got good hearing. I hope you heard my message.
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