How to Marry a Millionaire (1957–1959)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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Motherly Mike, ditzy but sexy Loco, and sensible Greta move to the big city to find themselves wealthy men to turn into husbands. After the first year Greta gets married with Gwen the new roommate in this syndicated series.

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6 December 2015 | gcrespo
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I used to watch this show when I was very young and I remember the characters. Lori Nelson left and being young at the time I didn't understand why she wasn't on any more. But I found the show very funny and wish one of those sub-channels would run it today. I was familiar with the leads having seen them in a lot of film and television and the chemistry was good. Lisa Gaye was brought in as a new character, good idea that they didn't re-cast the Lori Nelson part. Semi-regular parts were taken by Jimmy Cross and Joseph Kearns. I always wondered why Ms Nelson left the series, met her a few years ago at one of those nostalgia shows and should have asked her at the time. Merry Anders who left us 3 years ago worked in a lot of films in the 60's and Lisa Gaye was the sister of Debra Paget, Teala Loring and Frank Griffith, all of whom were in films and of course Barbara Eden. Have to get the DVD of this series.

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