Riverboat

Season 2 Episode 3

The Two Faces of Grey Holden

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Oct 03, 1960 on NBC
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The Two Faces of Grey Holden
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In New Orleans, Grey makes the acquaintance of a beautiful young Cajun woman who insists on taking him home to her village in the bayou country. However, the captain soon discovers that the deluded woman believes he is her dead fiancée. The entire village insists that Grey play out the charade rather than see her suffer... up to and including marriage.

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    Suzanne Pleshette

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    Marie Tourette

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    Lillian Buyeff

    Lillian Buyeff

    Anna Tourette

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    Thomas Gomez

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    Elois Tourette

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      • Grey: (admiring Marie) She's particular.
        Carney: She's just young, that's all.
        Bill: And Cajun. You'd have to speak French.
        Grey: Not for long.

      • Papite: Your journey back has been a long one. Sit if you are tired.
        Grey: What do you know about my journey?
        Papite: The journey back from death is always long.

      • Sebastian: It doesn't make any difference to me if you say you're Gabriel or not. It doesn't make any difference to anyone. But to Marie, you be Gabriel.
        Grey: It matters to me who I am.

      • Carney: Any luck, Mr. Blake?
        Bill: What's luck, Carney?
        Carney: Well, I meant, did you find Captain Holden?
        Bill: Do you like New Orleans?
        Carney: Yes, yes, I like it.
        Bill: Yeah, I like New Orleans, too. I like the food, I like the women, I like the wine. Not necessarily in that order.
        Carney: I know what you mean.
        Bill: Well, if you know what I mean, what the devil are you asking me about Captain Holden for?

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