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Appearing in "Millie the Model"

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  • Mr. Vantine

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Synopsis for "Millie the Model"

Millie plays a character named the Blonde Phantom as an advertising gig.

Appearing in "Millie the Model"

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  • M'sieur Duval

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Synopsis for "Millie the Model"

Millie is overlooked for a spot in the International Fashion Show, until a Frenchman needing a model comes along.

Appearing in "Co-Ed Curves"

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  • Joey
  • Mike

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  • Shorty
  • Spud
  • Wilma

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  • Mr. Clancy

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Synopsis for "Co-Ed Curves"

Spud can't pitch in the championship match and the shorthanded team has to let a girl take his place.

Appearing in "Elmer"

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Elmer takes a job as a delivery boy on a bicycle.

Appearing in "Millie the Model"

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Synopsis for "Millie the Model"

Mr. Hanover sends Millie to Birdog Goodfellows (Bergdoff Goodman) to purchase a stunning new outfit.

Appearing in "Millie the Model"

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Synopsis for "Millie the Model"

Millie gets to be in a television commercial, but Hanover doesn't approve of the new medium.

Appearing in "Millie the Model"

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Synopsis for "Millie the Model"

Millie is off to Hollywood, with Marge, to accept an offer from Colossal Studios.

Notes

  • In the first story, Millie dresses as a fictional character named the Blonde Phantom as part of an ad campaign. Whether this fictional Blonde Phantom was inspired by the real Blonde Phantom is unknown.
  • In the final story, the character Hunt N. Peck has similarities to actor Gregory Peck.

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