: Clive Alando Taylor
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Dollar William is a satirical comedy set in America about money, greed, and their relationships in the wider context of the media. The narrative of the story weaves in and out of a drama that ties together the lives of a few individuals, who are all destined to become failures or successes within their own trials of this desire to win at all costs. Billy Williams is a financial consultant as well as a hardworking and regular guy, until his life is turned upside down when he meets an Mz Moonbeam Sunshine, who is an undercover television researcher for an independent program called Brotha Hollywood. It is in this event of their chance meeting that Billy loses his job in an unfair dismissal and is forced to take revenge against his former employer, a banking CEO by the name of Mr. Croakus Don Doyle, who, along with his sidekick and senior consultant Alfred Rockbottom, are hatching a plan to acquire more wealth through deceptive means in order to make substantial monetary gains. As the story develops, it turns out that Billys employers, Don Doyle Banking, are attempting to swindle the unsuspecting public by getting them to part with their hard-earned dollars by offering then an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime chance of doubling their savings, which is really a cover for the bank to accumulate more funds and gain an advantage in their bogus plot to get rich off the interest. The story also takes another turn when Billy meets a Mr. Garfield Mamaduke the Third, who is the rightful heir to a long-lasting legacy as being one of the wealthiest families in the financial world of banking, which also presents them with a financial dilemma, as Mr. Garfield enlists the help of Billy to attempt to bring Croakus Don Doyle and Alfred Rockbottom to justice.