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Fitzwilly is a 1967 film directed by Delbert Mann and starring Dick Van Dyke as the title character Claude Fitzwilliam and Barbara Feldon as Juliet Nowell. Miss Victoria Woodworth (Edith Evans) is a wealthy elderly heiress, living a peaceful life with a large household staff and frequently engaging in philanthropy. There is, however, one rather large problem with her lifestyle: She doesn't actually have any money. Her wealthy father left her a mere $200, and her servants, led by Fitzwilliam, have been engaging in elaborate schemes and scams in order to facilitate her lifestyle. All this threatens to unravel, however, when Miss Woodworth brings in Juliet Nowell, an outsider to their servant network, to help compile a dictionary with all possible phonetic misspellings. Trying to prevent Juliet from discovering their crimes, Fitzwilliam courts her in order to persuade her to leave. However, things become complicated when he begins to fall for her for real...
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