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Starring Dwayne Hickman
Season 4 (CBS) (1962-63)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger, Jim Brent , Rina Fox
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######### Max Shulman's  Dobie Gillis ##########
############## season 4 1962-63 ##############
############### (final season) ###############
CBS Wednesday 8:30 pm Eastern
36 new episodes (nos. 112-147)(Prod. nos. 6401-6436)
(copyright title for the final season  - "Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis")

4.01 [112] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis:
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED TO ME ON THE WAY TO A FUNNY THING
Prod. no. 6402 (copyright date 12Dec62)
26Sep62 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Writer: Bud Nye
Director: Rod Amateau
Synopsis 1:
While cleaning a classroom, Dobie and Maynard are startled by the sound of
sirens. But they are even more startled when they look out the window -
there's a man ready to jump from the ledge.
Synopsis 2:
Maynard saves a suicidal jumper but falls from the ledge himself and is taken to a psycho ward.
Dobie is hardly in this episode at all as Hickman was sick. [DF]

4.02 [113] Max Shulman's  Dobie Gillis:: WHAT'S A LITTLE MURDER BETWEEN FRIENDS?
Prod. no. 6401 (copyright date 27Dec62)
3Oct62 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Writer: Max Shulman
Director: Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Tuesday Weld ......... Thalia Menninger
Synopsis 1:
Dobie, who can't convince Thalia Menninger that love alone is important,
presents her with tangible evidence of his affection for her by naming her beneficiary of his
 GI insurance.But Thalia points out that the policy is without value - unless Dobie's dead. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie names Thalia as his beneficiary on a life insurance policy, then
becomes paranoid that she's trying to kill him.
This episode was remade into the TV movie "Bring MeThe Head of Dobie Gillis". [DF]
(Tuesday Weld makes her last appearance in this episode.)

4.03 [114] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: NORTHERN COMFORT
Prod. no. 6405 (copyright date: 19Dec62)
10Oct62 CBS Wed
Written by Dean Riesner
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Ray Hemphill ......... Virgil T. Gillis
Charles Lane ......... Wayzack
Stephanie Hill ....... Grace Grimsby
Synopsis 1:
Virgil T. Gillis, of the Tennessee Gillises, arrives in town intent on becoming a singing idol.
Synopsis 2:
Southern cousin Virgil visits, and gets the Gillises to supply him with all he needs for a singing engagement. [DF]
Synopsis 3:
Virgil T. Gillis, Dobie's sweet-talking hillbilly cousin, comes to town
aspiring to crash show business as a singer and to put a launch on the
Gillis family for financial backing. [TA]

4.04 [115] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE UGLIEST AMERICAN
Prod. no. 6403 (Copyright date 5Dec62)
17Oct62 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS re-run 14Aug63)
Written by Joel Kane
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Jean Byron ............. Dr. Burkhart
Sig Ruman .............. Himmelmeyer
Laraine Stephens ....... Clydene Quigley
Antony Eustrel ......... customer
Marie Gomex ............ native girl
Raoul de Leon .......... Gonzales
Nacho Galinde .......... Manual
Synopsis 1:
They say that love can make a man go to the ends of the earth for the one
he adores, and Dobie's no exception. When fair Clydene Quigley signs up for
an expedition to the Amazon, Dobie and Maynard quickly follow suit. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
On a class trip to an African jungle, Dobie is captured by a tribe of
cannibals-who, it turns out, have made Maynard their chief.[DF]

4.05 [116] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: A SPLINTER OFF THE OLD BLOCK
Prod. no. 6406 (copyright date: 07Nov62)
24Oct62 CBS Wed
Written by Max Shulman
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Frank Faylen ......... Herbert
Florida Friebus ...... Winifred
Ellen Macrae (later known as Ellen Burstyn)...... Donna
Anna Capri ........... Clarissa
Synopsis 1:
With all the teenagers gone, Herbert Gillis is finally going to get a
little peace and quiet. This illusion is shattered with the arrival of his
brother Tim - who wants the Gillises to keep his teenage son Duncan while he's away on business. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie's teenage cousin Duncan (Dunky) moves in with the Gillises [DF]

4.06 [117] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: WHAT MAKES THE VARSITY DRAG?
Prod. no. 6404 (Copyright date: 14Nov62)
31Oct62 CBS Wed
Written by Bud Nye
Directed by Guy Scarpitta
Guest cast:
Mikki Jamison ......... Lottie Lee McQuiddy
Bert Freed ............ Coach Prendergast
Jean Byron ............ Dr. Burkhardt
Ed Deemer ............. Roadblock Jahurski
Synopsis 1:
When Dobie finds that football players in general, and Roadblock Jahurski
in particular, are irresistible to Lottie Lee McQuiddy, he has no choice - he goes out for the team. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie joins the football squad to impress ... oh you know why. [DF]

4.07 [118] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: LIKE, HI, EXPLOSIVES
Prod. no. 6409 (Copyright date 26Sep62)
7Nov62 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Bud Nye & Joel Kane
Directed by Rod Amateau
Doris Packer .......... Mrs. Osborne
David Bond ............ Trembley
Judi Sherven .......... Victoria
Peter Virgo ........... McGinty
Tom Montgomery ........ Fisk
Synopsis 1:
Dobie is preparing for a date with a volatile chick who expects the luxury
treatment. In order to earn the wherewithal, Dobie talks Maynard and Cousin
Duncan into joining him in a job as truckdrivers with a volatile cargo - nitroglycerin. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie's cousin Dunky and Maynard don't realize they've accidentally loaded
up the Gillis Grocery delivery truck with a case of nitroglycerin. [DF]

4.08 [119] Max Shulman's  Dobie Gillis: WHERE IS THY STING?
Prod. no. 6407 (Copyright date 03Oct62)
14Nov62 CBS Wed (CBS re-run 19Jun63)
Written by Joel Kane
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Eilene Janssen ......... Emily Busby
Burt Mustin ............ Mr. Eggleston
Howard McNear .......... Posthumus Simpson
Justin Smith ........... Moribund Simpson
Jean Byron ............. Dr. Burkhardt (regular cast member)
Synopsis 1:
Cute Emily Busby is a pre-med student, and her interest in men is confined
to sick men. There's nothing wrong with Dobie, a dreadful situation which
he plans to correct at once.
Synopsis 2:
Dobie pretends to be terminaly ill to gain a girl's sympathy. However, due
to a mixup, Dobie is led to believe he's really in poor health. [DF]

4.09 [120] Max Shulman's  Dobie Gillis: FLOW GENTLY, SWEET MONEY
Prod. no. 6408 (Copyright date 17Oct62)
21Nov62 CBS Wednesday
Dobie Gillis YVONNE CRAIG/BATGIRL (Part 1 of 3)
Dobie Gillis YVONNE CRAIG/BATGIRL (Part 2 of 3)
Dobie Gillis YVONNE CRAIG/BATGIRL (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Yvonne Craig ........... Linda Sue
Annette Gorman ......... Amanda
Synopsis 1:
Linda Sue Faversham is foiled in her attempt to turn the wary Dobie into a
big spender. So she concentrates on coaching her younger sister Amanda Jean
into refashioning Duncan, Dobie's less sophisticated cousin. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
An older woman (played by Yvonne Craig) teaches Dunky how to be rotten
enough to succeed in the world so he'll be able to provide for her younger
sister. But meanwhile the younger sister is falling for nice, honest Dobie.[DF]

4.10 [121] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS
Prod. no. 6412 (Copyright date 21Nov62)
28Nov62 CBS Wed (repeated 26Jun63)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Guy Scarpitta
Guest cast:
Julie Parrish ........ Betsy
Pat Goldin ........... the bird shop owner
Jean Byron ........... Dr. Burkhart (recurring)
Synopsis 1:
Dobie and Maynard's knowledge of American history is "Strictly for the
Birds" so, for their upcoming exam, they seek the aid of a talking mynah bird (voice by Mel Blanc). [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie and Maynard train a mynah bird to help them with their history exam. [DF]
Synopsis 3:
Dobie and Maynard realize they cannot pass the history examination by
relying on their own knowledge, so they buy a talking myna bird that
memorizes all the answers and repeats them while they are taking the test. [TA]

4.11 [122] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE ICEMAN GOETH
Prod. no. 6411 (Copyright date 19Sep62)
05Dec62 CBS Wed
Written by Max Shulman
Directed by Rod Amateau
Synopsis 1:
Duncan and Maynard accidentally lock Mr. Gillis in his grocery store
freezer and by the time they discover his body, they're sure that he's
stone cold dead - so they decide to lay low till the heat's off. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie, Maynard and Dobie's cousin Dunky lock Herbert in the meat freezer. [DF]

4.12 [123] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: DOCTOR JEKYLL AND MISTER GILLIS
Prod. no. 6413 (Copyright date 10Oct62)
12Dec62 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS re-run 24Jul63)
Written by Dean Riesner
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
David Bond .......... Prof. Dartmoor
Suzanne Noel ........ Gloria Brownlee
Paul Tripp .......... Dean Hollister
Howard McNear ....... Prof. Nastington
Synopsis 1:
Maynard's not worried about an upcoming test. He has heard of a chemical
that can change a man into a genius - or a monster. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Faced with either passing a big test of flunking out of school, Maynard is
driven to desperate measures. He has heard of a chemical that can change a
man into a genius - or a monster. [TA]
Synopsis 3:
Maynard drinks a concoction that transforms him into Mr. Hyde. [DF]

4.13 [124] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis:
WILL THE REAL SANTA CLAUS PLEASE COME DOWN THE CHIMNEY (Christmas Episode)
Prod. no. 6410 (Copyright date 24Oct62)
19Dec62 CBS Wed
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Sam Weston ......... Duffy
Synopsis 1:
Maynard still believes in Santa Claus, and Dobie and his folks decide to cure him of his childish outlook. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
One of several Christmas episodes. Herbert gets stuck in the chimney. [DF]

[--] 26Dec62 - "Dobie Gillis" was pre-empted for
a CBS News special: "Years of Crisis"

4.14 [125] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: WHO DID WILLIAM TELL?
Prod. no. 6417 (Copyright date 16Apr63)
2Jan63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Roxane Berard ....... Rosa Cesara
Synopsis 1:
Dobie's cousin Duncan is smitten with Rosa Cesara, one of the
singers in a visiting Italian opera company. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Cousin Dunky gets role in William Tell play. [DF]
Synopsis 3:
Maynard and Duncan become unlikely members of the cast of an Italian opera
company when Duncan falls in love with an opera diva. Maynard tries to warn
Duncan that his performance as William Tell's son may have an unexpected
ending if the girl's jealous suitor carries out his threat. [TA]

4.15 [126] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: TOO MANY KOOKS SPOIL THE BROTH
Prod. no. 6415 (Copyright date 12Sep62)
9Jan63 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS re-run 10Jul63)
Written by Bud Nye
Directed by Guy Scarpitta
Guest cast:
Ray Hemphill .......... Virgil T. Gillis
Charles Lane .......... P. T. Atwood
Lory Patrick .......... Cecily Atwood
Yvonne Peattie ........ Emily Swenson
Synopsis 1:
Dobie thinks he has something cooking with Cecily Atwood. But
before he can light the fires he has to impress Cecily's father,
kitchenware king P.T. Atwood - by selling one of his Quickie-Cookers.[TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie falls for a kitchenware heiress. Features Dobie's older
Southern cousin Virgil (not to be confused with younger cousin Dunky). [DF]

4.16 [127] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: VOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD
Prod. no. 6416 (Copyright date 04May63)
16Jan63 CBS Wednesday 8:30pm
Written by Dean Riesner
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest Cast:
The Letterman ........... vocal trio, as themselves
Carol Christensen ....... April Boynton
Nina Schneider .......... Hazel
Synopsis 1:
The Lettermen are booked for several engagements at Pryor College, but one
of the boys quits after the first performance. Taking emergency action, the boys hire Dobie to fill in. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie beats Maynard out for a temporary position as one of the Lettermen. [DF]

4.17 [128] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: ALL RIGHT, DOBIE, DROP THE GUN
Prod. no. 6422 (Copyright date 14Mar63)
23Jan63 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS re-run 03Jul63)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Ralph Taeger ........ Clyde Calhoun
Joyce Jameson ....... Patsy
Synopsis 1:
On the lam, mobster Clyde Calhoun and his gun moll Patsy take refuge at the
Gillises. Holding the family at gunpoint, they try to figure out a way to
make good their escape, when Maynard enters - with a perfect plan. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
A fugitive criminal holds the Gillises up in the store. [DF]

4.18 [129] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: AND NOW A WORD FROM
OUR SPONSOR

Prod. no 6418 (Copyright date 06Apr63)
30Jan63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast: [RF]
Jean Byron ......... Dr. Burkhardt
Alice Pearce ....... Mom Baker
Carole Cook ........ Fifi LaVerne
Len Weinrib ........ Eddie Baker
Synopsis 1:
Dobie becomes a disc jockey for the college radio station, and Zelda
Gilroy decides to follow him into show business. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie is the new DJ on the college radio station. A mobster tries to
give him payola to make a country-singing bimbo a star. (Shades of
"The Girl Can't Help It"!) But meanwhile Zelda has singing aspirations
of her own. With Maynard as her producer, she goes into the studio to
cut an album called "How To Drive Men Wild". This a pretty good
episode. Zelda's not half-bad as a singer. Much better than Dobie ever
was. And we also get a rare glimpse of Maynard playing guitar and singing! [DF]

4.19 [130] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: TWO FOR THE WHIPSAW
Prod. no. 6420 (Copyright date 04Apr63)
06Feb63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Bud Nye
Directed by David Davis
Guest cast:
Maggie Pierce ........ Cynthia Vandefeller
Roy Roberts .......... Nicholas Vandefeller
Synopsis 1:
Chatsworth Osborne Jr. pays Dobie to impersonate him on a date with Cynthis
Vanderfeller - a girl he remembers from childhood as being rather ugly. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dobie pretends to be Chatsworth at a swank party. [DF]

4.20 [131] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE MOON AND NO PENCE
Prod. no. 6423 (Copyright date 28Mar63)
13Feb63 CBS Wed
Written by Bud Nye
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Alva Celauro ........ Anastasia
Harry Stanton ....... Mr. Vincent
Hugh Gallagher ...... Policeman
Synopsis 1:
Dobie wants to impress the beautiful and brainy Anastasia Dimitrov, so he
decides to improve his grades with Zelda's aid - without telling her why.
Synopsis 2:
Dobie falls for dancer Anastasia, and he, Maynard, Zelda and the
Gillises end up dancing with her one night in the park. [DF]

4.21 [132]Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE BEAST WITH TWENTY FINGERS
Prod. no. 6414 (Copyright date 02Apr63)
20Feb62 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Rod Amateau
Synopsis 1:
When Maynard brings a gypsy love link to show the Gillises, he and Herbert
demonstrate its operation - and become locked together. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Maynard and Herbert get stuck in one of those finger toys.
This weak premise was typical of the show's decline for lack of enough Shulman scripts. [DF]

4.22 [133] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THANKS FOR THE MEMORY
Prod. no. 6421 (Copyright date 21Mar63)
27Feb63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Airdate Unknown
Written by Max Shulman
Directed by Rod Amateau
Synopsis 1:
Dobie decides to stop avoiding Zelda, but she has already given up the chase. Or has she? [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Zelda teaches Dobie how to remember, but Dobie has eyes for foreign
student Claypool and Maynard has eyes for her elephant. [DF]
Synopsis 3:
Dobie makes a momentous decision to surrender himself to persistent Zelda,
but she decides to dump him until a bizarre beauty hits town looking for instant security. [TA]

4.23 [134] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THREE MILLION COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN
Prod. no. 6419 (Copyright date 05Sep62)
06Mar63 CBS airdate Wednesday 8:30pm
Written and directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
David Bond ........... Trembley
Synopsis 1:
When the Osborne family loses its fortune, Chatsworth decides to devote his
time to charity - charity for himself and his mother. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Chatsworth concocts scheme to raise money, enlisting Dunky and Maynard. [DF]

4.24 [135] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: BEETHOVEN, PRESLEY, AND ME
Prod. no. 6424 (Copyright date 11Apr63)
13Mar63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Dobie Gillis ROBBY THE ROBOT (Part 1 of 2) 1963
Dobie Gillis ROBBY THE ROBOT (Part 2 of 2) 1963
Written by Dean Riesner
Directed by Guy Scarpitta
Synopsis 1:
Maynard's involved in a freak accident, which turns him into a
mechanical man - capable of writing hit tunes. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
The song-analyzing qualities of a computer are transfered to Maynard,
and cousin Virgil uses this to become a singing star. (The plots were
really hokey by this time, weren't they?) [DF]

4.25 [136] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE LITTLE CHIMP THAT COULDN'T
Prod. no. 6425 (Copyright date 28Feb63)
20Mar63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Stanley Z. Cherry
Guest cast:
Addison Richards ........ Dean Hollister
Synopsis 1:
A terrible fate awaits an apparently stupid chimp named Seymour
unless his caretaker - Maynard - can develop the simian's talents. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Another Maynard with chimp episode. This ape paints masterpieces. [DF]

4.26 [137] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THERE'S ALWAYS ROOM FOR ONE LESS
Prod. no. 6426 (Copyright date 21Feb63)
27Mar63 CBS airdate Wednesday 8:30pm
Written by Bud Nye
Directed by Thomas Montgomery
Synopsis #1:
Thrown out of the house by his eccentric millionaire mother, Chatsworth
Osborne Jr. receives a warm welcome from Mr. Gillis - whose motives are mainly mercenary. [TA]
Synopsis #2:
Chatsworth moves in with the Gillises for a while. [DF]

4.27 [138] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE GENERAL CRIED AT DAWN
Prod. no. 6427 (Copyright date 07Feb63)
03Apr63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Bud Nye
Directed by David Davis
Guest Cast:
Francesca Bellini ........ Guadalupe
Alberto Morin ............ President Rubero
Pepe Hern ................ Hernandez
Synopsis #1:
On a visit to Latin America, Dobie and Maynard are kidnaped -
someone is trying to assassinate an army hero named Ramon, and
Maynard is forced to impersonate him.
Synopsis #2:
Maynard doubles for a Latin American general. [DF]

4.28 [139] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO STEAL
Prod. no. 6428 (Copyright date 31Jan63)
10Apr63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Guy Scarpitta
Guest cast:
Georgi Griffith ......... Alicia Osborne
David Bond .............. Trembley
Synopsis #1:
While spending the weekend at Osborne Manor, Manyard goes sleepwalking -
and so do the contents of the Osborne safe! [TA]
Synopsis #2:
Mrs.Osborne suspects sleepwalking Maynard of being a thief. [DF]

4.29 [140] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: LASSIE, GET LOST
Prod. no. 6429 (Copyright date 07Mar63)
17Apr63 CBS Wed 8:30pm
Written by Dean Riesner
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Mary Miller ............. Valentine Van Loon
Joyce Van Patten ........ Speed Pulitzer
Synopsis #1:
Luscious teenager Valentine Van Loon promises "eternal gratitude" (and
$500) to the finder of her lost pooch - and Maynard turns up with a hound. [TA]
Synopsis #2:
A female celebrity's dog is lost and Dobie tries to find it. [DF]

4.30 [141] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE RICE AND OLD SHOES CAPER
Prod. no. 6430 (Copyright date 14Feb63)
24Apr63 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS re-run 07Aug63)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Burt Mustin ............. the Justice of the Peace
Richard Jury ............ Mr. Gilroy
Yvonne Peattie .......... Mrs. Gilroy
Linda Henning ........... Elsa
Synopsis #1:
Zelda switches tactics to snag Dobie: she'll announce that she's going to
marry Maynard, figuring that Dobie will do anything (such as taking
Manyard's place) to save his bosom buddy from such an unthinkable fate. [TA]
Synopsis #2:
Zelda and Maynard decide to enter into holy "deadlock". Zelda is tired of
being rejected by Dobie, while Maynard realizes that no other woman would
put up with him. But everyone in town is trying to talk them out of it. [DF]

4.31 [142] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis:  REQUIEM FOR AN UNDERWEIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
Prod. no. 6431 (Copyright date 24Jan63)
01May63 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS re-run 28Aug63)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Joyce Jameson ......... Lola LaVerne
John Apone ............ Rocky Feroni
Jean Byron ............ Dr. Burkhardt (regular cast member)
Synopsis #1:
Anemic Maynard latches onto some new strength-producing "energy" pills -
that thrust him into contention for the world's heavyweight boxing title. [TA]
Synopsis #2:
Maynard temporarily gains super-strength. Mr.Gillis becomes his prizefighting manager. [DF]

4.32 [143] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: I WAS A SPY FOR THE F.O.B.
Prod. no. 6432 (Copyright date 17Jan63)
08May63 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS re-run 21Aug63)
Barbara Bain on Dobie Gillis First Clip
Barbara Bain on Dobie Gillis Second Clip
Barbara Bain on Dobie Gillis Third Clip
Written by Bud Nye
Directed by Thomas Montgomery
Guest cast:
Barbara Bain ......... Veronica
Henry Corden ......... Bruno
Joseph Hoover ........ T.F. Elliott
Linden Chiles ........ A.F. Bottomly
John Banner .......... The Chief
Synopsis 1:
Enemy agents make the biggest error of their underhanded lives: They
somehow mistake Maynard for a brilliant rocket scientist. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Maynard and the Gillises go to Washington D.C. and get caught up in foreign intrigue. [DF]

4.33 [144] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis:
THERE'S A BROKEN LIGHT FOR EVERY BROKEN HEART ON BROADWAY
Prod. no. 6434 (Copyright date 03Jan63)
15May63 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS rerun 11Sep63)
Written by Joel Kane
Directed by David Davis
Guest cast:
Mary Miller ......... Emily
Linden Chiles ....... Freddy
Earl Hammond ........ the night-club manager
Joseph Boland ....... Eddie Ringding
Synopsis 1:
Maynard turns Emily Klauber into a singing sensation, and then fast-talking
Freddy Quick moves in with some sensational offers.
Synopsis 2:
Maynard helps fellow student Emily Klauber become singing sensation Kitty
Fontaine. (The plot was farfetched, but it did have a touching story.) [DF]
Synopsis 3:
Maynard discovers a talented young singer and sets out to make her a star.
She becomes a sucessful night club singer with Maynard's help, but drops
him when a glib agent talks her into making the big time circuit. [TA]

4.34 [145] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: BEAUTY IS ONLY KIN DEEP
Prod. no. 6433 (Copyright date 10Jan63)
22May63 CBS Wed 8:30pm (CBS re-run 04Sep63)
Writer: Bud Nye
Director: Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Susan Watson ........... Nancy Sue
Douglas Dick ........... Clinton Hardwell
Peter Lupus ............ Casimir H. Prohosky Jr.
Jean Byron ............. Dr. Burkhardt (regular cast member)
Synopsis #1:
Dr. Burkhardt, an old-maid professor, has a beautiful sister who wants to
marry Dobie. But a Burkhardt family tradition demands that the eldest daughter marry first. [TA]
Synopsis #2:
Dobie falls in love with a girl at school, who will only marry him if he
can find a date for her spinster older sister. [DF]

4.35 [146] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE CALL OF THE, LIKE, WILD
Prod. no. 6435 (Copyright date 10Nov63)
29May62 CBS Wed (CBS re-run 18Sep63)
Written by Dean Riesner
Directed by Guy Scarpitta
Guest cast:
Jack Raine ......... Prof. Guildenstern
Harold Caine ....... Crumley
Susan Bay .......... Gina Lololasagna
Synopsis 1:
During his chemistry class, Maynard accidentally douses himself with
a solution that seems to have a magnetic appeal for the female of the species. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
A chemical concoction makes Maynard like, irresistible to women. [DF]

4.36 [147] Max Shulman's Dobie Gillis: THE DEVIL AND DOBIE GILLIS
Prod. no. 6436 (Copyright date 21Oct63) (final episode)
5Jun63 CBS Wed
Written by Bud Nye & Max Shulman
Directed by Guy Scarpitta
Guest cast:
Barbara Babcock ....... Pamela
Grandon Rhodes ........ the auctioneer
Synopsis #1:
In dire need of finances for a heavy date, Dobie sells his soul to
Chatsworth and agrees to "fix" Mrs. Osborne's charity raffle. [TA]
Synopsis #2:
For the final show of the series, Shulman chose to re-work the very first
episode, using the same plot device of the rigged raffle. Despite the self-
plagiarism, this is a fine episode with a splendid speech by Herbert and an
excellent dream sequence featuring Chatsworth as the devil. [DF]

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CBS Summer re-runs 12Jun63 - 18Sep63
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12Jun63 - " What's A Little Murder between Friends?" (from 3Oct62)
19Jun63 - "Where is Thy Sting?" (from 14Nov62)
26Jun63 - rerun of "Strictly for the Birds" (from 28Nov62)
03Jul63 - "All Right, Dobie, Drop the Gun" (from 23Jan63)
10Jul63 - "Too Many Kooks Spoil the Broth" (from 2Jan63)
17Jul63 - "Two for the Whipsaw" (from 06Feb63)
24Jul63 - "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Gillis" (from 12Dec62)
31Jul63 - "Lassie, Get Lost" (from 17Apr63)
07Aug63 - "The Rice and Old Shoes Caper" (from 24Apr63)
14Aug63 - "The Ugliest American" (from 17Oct62)
21Aug63 - "I Was a Spy for the F.O.B." (from 08May63)
28Aug63 - "Requiem for an Underweight Heavyweight" (from 01May63)
04Sep63 - "Beauty is Only Kin Deep" (from 22May63)
11Sep63 - rerun of "There's a Broken Light for Every Broken Heart on Broadway" (from 15May63)
18Sep63 - "The Call of the Like Wild" (from 29May62) (final CBS re-run)

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