How To Marry A Millionaire

Season 1 Episode 28

Loco Goes to Night School

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Aired Unknown May 22, 1958 on
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Loco Goes to Night School
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Mike tells Greta Loco met the wealthy millionaire William Sanford the 3rd who has $15 million dollars.Greta asks Mike how did Loco Meet William Sanford the 3rd.Mike tells Greta Loco met him at a fashion show.Loco was modeling bikinis.Loco dates William Sanford The 3rd.Loco tells Mike and Greta she doesn't know what he mentions and thinks she should go to school again and study. Loco goes to night school.William Sanford the 3rd tells Loco he is going out of town though when he gets home he will ask Loco a question.Loco thinks that William Sanford the 3rd is going to ask er to marry him.Albert Wagner is in Love with Loco.Albert Wagner is 5 years younger than Loco.Loco tells him when she is 65 he will be a kid of 60.When Loco tells Albert Wagner that she is in Love with william Sanford the 3rd.Albert Wagner doesn't believe her.Loco tells Albert Wagner she is in Love with Professor Kranz.Albert Tells Professor Kranz Loco is in Love with him.Professor Kranz is in Love With Loco and thinks Loco is the prettiest girl in the school.Professor Kranz brings Loco some flowers.William Sanford the 3Rd arrives at the penthouse and finds Professor Kranz there and leaves.moreless

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    Barbara Eden

    Barbara Eden

    Loco Jones

    Merry Anders

    Merry Anders

    Mike McCall

    Lori Nelson

    Lori Nelson

    Greta Hanson (1st season)

    Lisa Gaye

    Lisa Gaye

    Gwen Kirby (2nd season)

    Richard Deacon

    Richard Deacon

    Professor Herman Kranz

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    Leon Tyler

    Leon Tyler

    Albert Wagner

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    Anthony Eisley

    Anthony Eisley

    William Sanford the 3Rd (The wealthy Millionaire)

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