The Doris Day Show

Season 1 Episode 21

The Con Man

Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Mar 11, 1969 on CBS
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Bubbling with enthusiasm, Doris spearheads a drive for civic improvements and falls for a flimflamming scheme to build a community center.

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    Joseph Campanella

    Joseph Campanella

    Roger B. Flanders

    Guest Star

    James Millhollin

    James Millhollin

    Horace Burkhart

    Guest Star

    Peter Brocco

    Peter Brocco

    Jed Anslinger

    Guest Star

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      • Doris: Now you wait a minute he told my committee that he would supervise the construction of that building.
        Buck: You got a contract that says that. No. Now we both know that if Cottina is gonna grow we gotta have that community center, but once he's gone that's the end of it, not only of the committee but this town. This town will fall apart like a two dollar watch. Now you gotta talk to him.
        Doris: Talk to him, I'll talk to him thru the bars, I'll talk to him.
        Buck: Now just hold on and settle down. Now then do you want that committee center or don't you.
        Doris: Of course I want it, do you think I'd go to those meetings to listen to Jed Anslinger?
        Buck: Alright, you listen to me for awhile. He's a good architect we know that from his plans and his model, right.
        Doris: I love that building.
        Buck: And he's also good at raising money.
        Doris: Yeah we know about that too.
        Buck: Alright, now if you want that community center, if he leaves that's the end of it, but if you want to raise the money and put all of it together, you gotta see that he stays here and helps you do the job.
        Doris: What are we supposed to do, let bygones be bygones?
        Buck: No we don't let it be bygones.
        Doris: Well then what?
        Buck: Take that energy and that talent and point it into a different direction.

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