Three Stacked Stockholders 

Loco finds herself in the middle of a company's power struggle.


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Episode cast overview:
Barbara Eden ... Loco Jones
Merry Anders ... Mike McCall
Lisa Gaye ... Gwen Kirby
Phillip Terry ... Mr. Quigley
Robert Emmett Keane ... Mr. Bannister
Charles Lane ... Mr. Parkhurst
Bernard Nedell ... Mr. Lockwood
Maurice Manson Maurice Manson ... Mr. Henricks
Orville Sherman ... Stockholder #1
Jimmy Hayes Jimmy Hayes ... Ben Irwin
Stephen Chase ... Mr. Goodson
Sam Flint ... Stockholder #2


Loco finds herself in the middle of a company's power struggle.

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Comedy | Romance





Release Date:

November 1958 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Loco's Business Interest
9 January 2018 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

The ladies receive a letter announcing the annual stockholders meeting of Quigley Industries, of which they collectively own 10 shares. Loco (Barbara Eden) insists that in a democracy they should attend and vote. Mike (Merry Anders) approves of the idea as a means to meet some of the big stockholders. The board of directors is hoping to push through a bonus for themselves within the meeting. Board Chairman Mr. Bannister (character actor Robert Emmett Keane in his final role before retiring) announces that President Mr. Larry Quigley (Phillip Terry, "The Lost Weekend", "Born to Kill") is unable to attend due to a "transportation problem". When the board addresses particularities, Loco questions them, prompting attention from some of the large shareholders erupting in disarray. The meeting is adjourned until the following afternoon. Loco wants to learn more about the company and the board members feel they can use her to get their bonus. Meanwhile, Mike and Gwen (Lisa Gaye) run into Mr. Quigley, whom Mike knows. As the meeting approaches, how can Loco get untangled from her mess?

There's some comedy toward the end, but the plot seems unrealistic for the childlike character of Loco's business interest in the company and their quick acceptance of her.

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