Gloria and Richie come across a wishing well, and Gloria makes a wish. They they realize that one is supposed to throw in a coin when making a wish, and neither one of them has any money on them. Richie solves the problem by writing a check and tossing it in.
Mrs. Rich describes Cadbury as the perfect butler, saying that he knows how to carry out everything he's asked to do. Richie agrees that he's a great butler, but decides to test Cadbury on a few non-butlerish tasks - namely in the area of sports. To Richie's surprise, Cadbury proves to be an excellent baseball pitcher, a crack batter, and he even calmly catches a fly ball without a glove. He also proves to be superior at kicking a football and then catching it through a window while serving Mrs. Rich's tea.
Richie Rich; Gloria Glad; real estate salesman; Emil Chizul; homeowner; Bertha Chizul; construction crew; chauffeur
To celebrate the anniversary of the day they first met, Richie commissions a huge sculpture of Gloria. At great expense, he acquires a hill of solid granite and hires the best sculptor available, along with a crew of workmen. To keep the project a secret, the sculptor takes pictures of Gloria for reference rather than have her pose for the sculpture. However, when the day comes to unveil the finished art, the sculpture is of Gloria's friend Bertha, who was also in the pictures and who happens to be the sculptor's daughter.