Marcy (Jane Wyman) can relate to elements of the life of each Mike, but the interests of a photographer may help force her to make a choice. Part 3 of 3.
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Working out of Los Angeles, Marcy (Jane Wyman) meets two more Mikes, neither of whom is what he seems at first. Part 2 of 3.
Overachieving small-town girl Marcy Lewis (Jane Wyman) embarks on a new life as a stewardess – if she can avoid getting fired on her first day. 1951. Part 1 of 3.
Renfrew must choose between his feelings for Kay and his duty apprehending her father. Or must he? Part 2 of 2.
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The overachieving singing Mountie (James Newill) is more than happy to escort a pretty woman further into the Canadian wilderness to find her father. But while danger awaits them at their destination, a partner of the father is intent they don’t even get that far. 1938. Part 1 of 2.
In his traditional but irreverent holiday episode, the legendary comedian shows off his legendary cheapness and makes life impossible for a store clerk (Mel Blanc). Also features a song by Dennis Day. First aired 1957. (Note: contains suggestions of violence)