The Millionaire (1955–1960)

The Charles Hartford Simpson Story 

Charles Simpson uses his money to move from a home for indigent World War I veterans whose residents he dislikes to luxurious surroundings bringing his friend Stony with him but 'Stony' misses the home's camaraderie.

Director:

Gerald Mayer

Writer:

Danny Arnold

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Marvin Miller ... Michael Anthony
James Gleason ... Charles Hartford Simpson
John Qualen ... Harry Stonewall Jackson
Taylor Holmes ... Shelby Lincoln
Burt Mustin ... Josh Wilson
Thomas E. Jackson ... Henry Atkinson (as Tommy Jackson)
Russell Simpson ... Frank MacKeever
Robert Osterloh ... Dr. Swanson
Barbara Morrison ... Nurse
Jack Gargan Jack Gargan ... Williams - Chauffeau
Paul Frees ... John Beresford Tipton (voice)
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Charles Simpson uses his money to move from a home for indigent World War I veterans whose residents he dislikes to luxurious surroundings bringing his friend Stony with him but 'Stony' misses the home's camaraderie.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 October 1956 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Michael Anthony: [Anthony enters the study to discover Tipton seated in a high backed chair reading a book, with only his right hand, holding the book, visible to viewers] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Mike,
[Presenting the book]
John Beresford Tipton: I've just acquired this first edition of "Walden" by Henry David Thoreau. Ever read it?
Michael Anthony: As I matter of fact, I have. I'm a great admirer of Thoreau.
John Beresford Tipton: Mike, he once said that money is never required to purchase any necessity of the soul. I believe that. But I wonder how many people do.
Michael Anthony: Quite a few...
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