Saints and Sinners (1962)

Season 1 Episode 7

A Servant In The House Of My Party

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Nov 05, 1962 on NBC
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A Servant In The House Of My Party
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Nick is known as one writer who is not afraid to rock the boat with his articles. Only now, he's about to rock the boat of some very powerful men politically.

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  • Idealistic journalist Nick Alexander attends his first political convention and is caught up in the plans of an elderly senator.

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    Veteran movie comedy actor Charles Ruggles - billed here, as in most of his later movies, as "Charlie" - is cast as an old-time politician whom the idealistic hero of the show (Nick Adams as Nick Alexander) encounters at a convention. Will the old man try running for office? Will Nick help him? Watching this episode years ago, I can remember being quite sure that the plot would eventually reveal that Ruggles would prove an idol with feet of clay, that Nick's involvement in politics would disillusion him. But no - the episode instead peddles the most specious and simple-minded kind of sentimentality, and that's all we get. The old guy is just a sweetheart after all, despite all his years in the political arena. Believe that and you'll believe anything.moreless
Judson Pratt

Judson Pratt

Sam Bowland

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Simon Scott

Simon Scott

Bill Wexler

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J. Edward McKinley

J. Edward McKinley

George Blanchard

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Nicky Blair

Nicky Blair

Charlie de Angelo

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