Mr. Milquetoast is asked by a Californian and a New Yorker if he is going to the World's Fair.
Mr. Milquetoast writes at length to some market tipsters, giving them a list of his almost worthless stocks.
Mr. Milquetoast, whose bank account shows a balance of $16.05, has been told that fear is largely responsible for our present condition
Mr. Milquetoast adjusts his garter
Police Work. "We're going to pick up a murder suspect," the officer said as he put on a bulletproof vest.
Mr. Milquetoast never feels quite so inferior as he does when passing one of those haughty show window dummies
Mr. Milquetoast never likes to be seen looking at undraped statuary
Mr. Milquetoast happens to read the fine print on his theatre ticket
[Margaret O'Brien with dog at a train station.]
[Pauline Lord as Mrs. Smith in "Suspect".]
[The Mirror-Ted Friend award presentation at Versailles Cafe.]
"How happy could I be with either were t'other dear charmer away"
Mr. Milquetoast, a few minutes late for the curtain, misses the entire first act, rather than disturb the person next his aisle seat
Working with an artist, a police artist draws a composite of a suspect.; Police Work
[Harold Prince and Michael Bennett at a rehearsal for "Company".]
A community group accuses a precinct of maltreating a suspect.; Police Work
[Ethel Merman and Milton Berle at Versailles Cafe for the Mirror-Ted Friend award presentation.]
How the proprietor of the lake house treated a black and tan terrier he found seated in a high chair next to its owner at dinner.
[Four unidentified people at a nightclub.]