Victor Da Mill was a director of television commercials and films. He had a production studio in Dick Tracy's city. He typically wore sunglasses.

Da Mill met and befriended Perfume Plenty and began to use her in television commercials. He also hired Perfume's cousin Dade Plenty, a reformed criminal.

Years later, Da Mill was hired to direct the feature film The Dick Tracy Story. Though the production was plagued with difficulties, Da Mill believed that the publicity would help the film's box office performance.

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  • When he first appeared, Da Mill had short dark/black hair. In his later appearance, with was longer, wavier, and lighter.
  • The name "Da Mill" would seem to be inspired by the pioneering filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille.
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