CTVA US Comedy - "The Farmer's Daughter" (Screen Gems/ABC) Season 2 (1964-65)

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Starring Inger Stevens as Katy Holstrum
Season 2 (ABC) (1964-65)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
William T. Patterson, Rina Fox, Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


########## The Farmer's Daughter ###########
############# season 2 1964-65 ###############
############# (black & white) ###############
Associated Arts, N.V. production
Fridays 8:00 pm on ABC (35 episodes)

2.01 [37] The Farmer's Daughter: THE WATING GAME (bw)
18Sep64
Written by Steven Gethers
Directed by Don Taylor
Guest Cast:
Jeremy Slate
Florence Ravenal
While hosting a reception at the Morley house, Katy passes out
when Glen introduces her first love.

2.02 [38] The Farmer's Daughter: THE MINK MACHINE (bw)
25Sep64
Written by Stan Cutler
Directed by Don Taylor
Guest Cast:
David Hedison
Dennis James
David Whorf
Glen is using a computer to aid him in his work, while at the
same time Katy is dating a man who is interested in computers.

2.03 [39] The Farmer's Daughter: REAL LIVE CONGRESSMAN (bw)
2Oct64
Written by William Conley (or Cowley?)(see ep #16)
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
James Stacy
Dee J. Thompson
Sandra Descher
Fritz Feld
Katy's visiting niece attracts men like bees to honey.

2.04 [40] The Farmer's Daughter: PAST PERFECT (bw)
9Oct64
Written by Steven Gethers
Directed by Don Taylor
Guest Cast:
Ed Prentiss
Hazel Shermet
Robert Gallagher
Katy discovers the diary of Glen's dead wife which tells the
story of their meeting and how they fell in love.

2.05 [41] The Farmer's Daughter: SCANDAL IN WASHINGTON (bw)
16Oct64
Written by Jerry Seelen and Jack Raymond
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
Eleanor Audley
Alice Reinheart
Jess Kirkpatrick
Sylvia Field
Lee Patrick
After Danny recites a scandalous essay in school, it jeopardizes
Katy's chance of joining the Washington Mother's Club.

2.06 [42] The Farmer's Daughter: LOVE ON THE PICKET LINE (bw)
23Oct64
Written by Richard Powell
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
Barry Attwater
Oliver McGowan
Peter Helm
Robert Johnson
Diana Mills
Hank Grant
Brendan Morgan
Helen Spring
Pam McMyler
James Metropole
Earl McVeigh
An 18 year-old political activist protests at the Morley home,
demanding voting rights for his age group.

2.07 [43] The Farmer's Daughter: THE NAME OF THE GAME (bw)
30Oct64
Written by Richard Powell
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
Barry Attwater
Oliver McGowan
Martha Hyer
Glen and family return to Minnesota, where he is campaigning
for re-election, with a beautiful campaign manager.

2.08 [44] The Farmer's Daughter: HELP NOT WANTED (bw)
6Nov64
Written by Mae Day and Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Don Taylor
Guest Cast:
Kathie Browne
Loie Bridge
The young maid hired by Katy takes over the Morley residence.

2.09 [45] The Farmer's Daughter: BIG SULTAN, LITTLE SULTAN (bw)
13Nov64
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
Victor Jory
Robert Ellenstein
James Douglas
Agatha gets a marriage proposal from an oil sultan.

2.10 [46] The Farmer's Daughter: KATY'S 76th BIRTHDAY (bw)
20Nov64 ABC Fri
Written by Jerry Davis
Directed by Don Taylor
Guest Cast:
Anthony Eisley ........ Paul Wilton Turner
Celia Lovsky .......... Christine Hager
John Napier ........... Danny (as an adult)
Jonathan Hole ......... Mr. Stanley
Sara Taft
Synopsis 1:
In a dream sequence, senior citizens Glen and Agatha celebrate
"Katy's 76th Birthday". But this is one dream Katy doen't want
to come true - at 76, she's still a spinster. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Katy has a dream of a future without a husband, so she considers marriage..

2.11 [47] The Farmer's Daughter: THE NEUTRAL (bw)
27Nov64
Written by Stan Cutler
Directed by Don Taylor
Guest Cast:
(no details)
Katy's parents come to Washington to campaign for a change
in a new federal highway program.

2.12 [48] The Farmer's Daughter: SPEAK FOR YOURSELF, JOHN KATY (bw)
4Dec64
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by William R. Russell
Guest Cast:
Billy Booth
Peter Robbins
Maureen Horan
Glen's association with a widow with 3 children worries Katy,
who feels that the relationship will end in marriage.

2.13 [49] The Farmer's Daughter: MATTER OF HONOR (bw)
11Dec64
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Fred De Cordova
Guest Cast:
Emile Genest
Eugene Borden
Papa thinks that romance between Katy and Glen is progressing
too slowly, and he wants to speed things up.

2.14 [50] The Farmer's Daughter: THE HELPING HAND (bw)
18Dec64
Written by Stan Cutler
Directed by Leonard Horn
Guest Cast:
Fritz Feld
Kathleen Crowley
Tom Hatten
In order to gain political favors, Glen tries to unite a couple.

2.15 [51] The Farmer's Daughter: LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON (bw)
25Dec64
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Heather Menzies
Bonnie Beecher
Bart Patton
Steve thinks that government should have more political honesty.

2.16 [52] The Farmer's Daughter: ANOTHER COUNTRY HEARD FROM (bw)
1Jan65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Gene Nelson
Guest Cast:
Ron Randell
Katy gets a proposal from a visiting writer.

2.17 [53] The Farmer's Daughter: FOLLOW THE LEADER (bw)
8Jan65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Gene Nelson
Guest Cast:
Philip Ober
Roger Mobley
Steve makes friends with a boy with a dubious past, and rebels against Glen and Katy.

2.18 [54] The Farmer's Daughter: THE OSCAR HUMMINGBIRD STORY (bw)
15Jan65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Gene Nelson
Guest Cast:
Albert Paulsen
Harold Gould
William Long
Jim Begg
Steve Peck
The Morley home is transferred into a movie set by a pretentious movie director.

2.19 [55] The Farmer's Daughter: THE NESTING INSTINCT (bw)
22Jan65
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Gene Nelson
Guest Cast:
Heather Menzies
Gloria Henry
Nancy Beth's mother wants Steve to go out with her daughter.

2.20 [56] The Farmer's Daughter: A PLAGUE ON BOTH THEIR HOUSES (bw)
29Jan65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Alan Rafkin
Guest Cast:
Emil Sitka
Sue Casey
After having her horoscope read, Katy thinks that Senator
Ames destiny will collide with hers.

2.21 [57] The Farmer's Daughter: KATY BY MOONLIGHT (bw)
5Feb65
Written by Phil Leslie and Keith Fowler
Directed by Gene Nelson
Guest Cast:
Bill Daily
Gerald Hiken
Aneta Corsaut
Herbie Faye
Josie Lloyd
Walt Wanderman
Rex Holman
Loie Bridge
Katy takes a night job as a clerk in a book store after she feels
she is no longer needed full-time at home.

2.22 [58] The Farmer's Daughter: EXIT KATY (bw)
12Feb65
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by William Colleran
Guest Cast:
Jane Dulo
Kit Smythe
Douglas Dick
Burt Metcalfe
Katy wants to meet some new young man, so she plans to move into the apartment of a friend.

2.23 [59] The Farmer's Daughter: RICH MAN, POOR MAN (bw)
19Feb65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Gene Nelson
Guest Cast:
Paul Lynde
Christine Nelson
Warren Kemmerling
John Luce
A millionaire visitor thinks Katy wants to marry him.

[--] The Farmer's Daughter: Pre-empted by "Inger Stevens in Sweden" Special
26Feb65

2.24 [60] The Farmer's Daughter: CRIME OF PASSION (bw)
5Mar65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Fred De Cordova
Guest Cast:
Barbara Shelley
Bernard Fox
Alan Cailou
Ben Wright
Richard Peel
When an English beauty starts seeing Glen, Katy gets jealous.

2.25 [61] The Farmer's Daughter: WHY DON'T THEY EVER PICK ME? (bw)
12Mar65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Maureen McCormick
Juanita Moore
Eileen Baral
John Hudson
Jo Helton
Edward Mallory
Martin Dawson
Nina Roman
An 8 year-old orphan feels that she will not be adopted.

2.26 [62] The Farmer's Daughter: KATY'S NEW JOB (bw)
19Mar65
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Guest Cast:
David Opatoshu
Barbara Bostock
Lindsay Workman
Katy get's a secretary job with a sly business magnate.

2.27 [63] The Farmer's Daughter: KATY'S CAMPAIGN (bw)
19Mar65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Barbara Bostock
Katy seeks the presidency of the Washington Woman's Club.

[--] The Farmer's Daughter: 26Mar65- Pre-empted

2.28 [64] The Farmer's Daughter: THE WOMAN BEHIND THE MAN (bw)
2Apr65
Written by Joanna Lee and Howard Merrill
Directed by Fred De Cordova
Guest Cast:
Tom Tully
Ellen Corby
Cathy Lewis
Nydia Westman
Gertrude Flynn
Dick Balduzzi
Bonnie Jones
A rumor flies that Katy is behind Glen's political thinking
and it causes him embarrassment.

[--] The Farmer's Daughter: 9Apr65 - Pre-empted

2.29 [65] The Farmer's Daughter: KATY THE DIPLOMAT (bw)
16Apr65
Written by James Allardice and Tom Adair
Directed by Edmond A. Levy
Guest Cast:
Arch Johnson
Ilze Taurins
Flip Mark
Ben Astar
Lillian Adams
Katy tries to keep peace between a Russian diplomat and an
ultra-conservative publisher.

2.30 [66] The Farmer's Daughter: KATY'S CASTLE (bw)
23Apr65
Written by Warner Law
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
Parley Baer
Roland Winters
Joan Tomkins
After inheriting a castle, Katy wants to turn it into a tourist hotel.

2.31 [67] The Farmer's Daughter: NEVER LISTEN TO RUMORS (bw)
30Apr65
Written by Phil Leslie
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
Julie Gregg
Nancy Rennick
Don Keefer
Norman Burton
Byron Murrow
Jim Begg
William Kendis
Stephen Coit
Russ Bender
Glen cancels a fishing trip with Steve because of business problems.

2.32 [68] The Farmer's Daughter: JA, JA, A THOUSAND TIMES JA (bw)
7May65
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
Donald Foster
Lauren Gilbert
John Newton
Bobby Buntrock
Joey Wilcox
Dennis Bradshaw
Teddy Eccles
After buying Katy an engagement ring, Glen is continually interrupted by Danny's Cub Scout troop.

2.33 [69] The Farmer's Daughter: NEJ, NEJ, A THOUSAND TIMES NEJ (bw)
14May65
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
Ann Elder
Inger Stratton
Cynthia Lynn
Harry Holcombe
Cal Bolder
Roger Torrey
When Papa refuses to give his permission for the wedding, Katy
vows to go ahead with it regardless.

2.34 [70] The Farmer's Daughter: THE HOTTEST TICKET IN TOWN (bw)
21May65 airdate
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by William D. Russell
Guest Cast:
(no details)
Glen tries to keep from knowing about a surprise bridal shower.

2.35 [71] The Farmer's Daughter: WHY WAIT TILL NOVEMBER? (bw)
28May65 airdate
Written by Stan Cutler and Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Percy Helton
Katy and Glen are forced to move up there wedding date by their peers.

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