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"Milner had met Judy at a Hollywood dinner party hosted by a mutual friend in May 1956. She had given him her phone number, he called for a date a week later, and the rest was history. He later recalled knowing after only 3 to 4 weeks of dating that he and Judy would be married. Once married, Judy made it clear she did not want to work. Prior to marrying Milner, she had been a popular telephone girl for TV personality Tom Duggan and had a promising career ahead of her. Her career of choice was to be a full-time homemaker. When film and TV series offers were made to Judy after they were married, she declined. As Milner later described it, "She told me flat out that she had no intention of working after we were married. She really wanted to make a home and have children. She wanted six... until she had four. I was really pleased because that's the kind of life I had in mind too" (Photoplay Magazine, February 1973).