TAMMY AND THE MILLIONAIRE (Theatrical Release USA 1967)

 Ben Meyers’ Rating: 3.8|5.0 Starsììì 

Tammy and the Millionaire—the storyline is a little cliché—serves as a sweet, innocent watch for audiences looking for Cinderella-type stories that are light on the mind. The story is well-written and reflects good ethics and honesty. It is an old-fashioned entertainment piece that is worth its watch. 

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A simple country girl shows exceptional secretarial ability and is hired by an upper-class family to serve in that capacity. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Directors Leslie Goodwins, Sidney Miller, and Ezra Stone for directing efforts. Thank you to Producer David Wesson for making the film possible. Cast includes: Debbie Watson, Frank McGrath, Denver Pyle, George Furth, Donald Woods, Dorothy Green, David Macklin, Linda Marshall, Jay Shefield, and Teddy Quinn. 

Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Maybe. It is a good, old-fashioned watch.

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Ben Meyers 

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