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The Doris Day show. Season 1 / Arwin Productions.

Day, Doris, 1922- (Added Author). Pyle, Denver. (Added Author). Hampton, Jim (Added Author). Brown, Philip, 1958- (Added Author). Starke, Tod, 1961-1983 (Added Author). Ryan, Fran, 1916-2000 (Added Author). Stevens, Naomi. (Added Author). Dorso, Richard. (Added Author). Sweeney, Bob. (Added Author). Doris Day, Denver Pyle, James Hampton, Philip Brown, Tod Starke, Fran Ryan, Naomi Stevens. (Cast).
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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (28 video files (approximately 679 min.)) : sound, color
  • Publisher: [United States] : MPI Media Group : 1968.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Episode 1 Dinner For Mom Episode 2 Uniform Episode 3 Friend Episode 4 Matchmakers Episode 5 Songwriter Episode 6 Antique Episode 7 Leroy B. Simpson Episode 8 Black Eye Episode 9 Librarian Episode 10 Camping Trip Episode 11 Job Episode 12 Buck's Girl Episode 13 Relatives Episode 14 Love A Duck Episode 15 Let Them Out Of The Nest Episode 16 Clock Episode 17 Buddy Episode 18 Flyboy Episode 19 Tournament Episode 20 Love They Neighbor Episode 21 Con Man Episode 22 Musical Episode 23 Baby Sitter Episode 24 Still Episode 25 Gift Episode 26 Tiger Episode 27 Date Episode 28 Five Dollar Bill.
Restrictions on Access Note:
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Participant or Performer Note:
Doris Day, Denver Pyle, James Hampton, Philip Brown, Tod Starke, Fran Ryan, Naomi Stevens.
Summary, etc.:
Doris Day, the most popular female motion picture star in history, made her television debut in a weekly comedy series that ran for five seasons on CBS-TV. THE DORIS DAY SHOW (1968-1973) presents the beloved actress-singer-animal rights leader as Doris Martin, a widow raising two young sons on the farm of her father Buck Webb, played by Denver Pyle. James Hampton portrays handyman Leroy B. Simpson.
Target Audience Note:
Not rated.
System Details Note:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Single mothers > Drama.
Farmers > Drama.
Mill Valley (Calif.) > Drama.

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