Fitzwilly

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Released 1967

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Director:
Delbert Mann
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1967
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Fitzwilly is a 1967 American film directed by Delbert Mann and starring Dick Van Dyke, Barbara Feldon, Edith Evans, John McGiver, and Harry Townes. Claude Fitzwilliam (Van Dyke) is the butler to the supposedly fabulously wealthy heiress Miss Victoria Woodworth (Evans). Her wealth, however, is all a sham, and "Fitzwilly" helps to keep up the rouse. Her father left her less than $200 in the will, but Miss Woodworth is accustomed to living in a certain style. When Miss Woodworth hires Juliet Nowell (Feldon) to help her create a dictionary of possible misspellings, she nearly destroys the whole operation. Juliet learns that both Victoria and Fitzwilly graduated from Williams College and shames him for not doing more with his life than becoming a butler. In his attempt to get rid of her, Claude seduces her, thinking she'll run away. Juliet, however, falls madly in love with him and tries to convince him to quit his job. Victoria, Julia, and Fitzwilly all must confront each other when Juliet discovers the money that Claude has been embezzling to help Victoria.moreless

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