CTVA US Comedy - "The Farmer's Daughter" (Screen Gems/ABC) Season 3 (1965-66)

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Starring Inger Stevens as Katy Holstrum
Season 3 (ABC) (1965-66)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
William T. Patterson, Rina Fox, Tom Alger
[Updated March 2020 TA  #3.16, #3.29]

references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


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Screen Gems Film Presentation (30 episodes)
ABC Mondays 9:30 (13Sep65 to 25Oct65)
ABC Fridays (5Nov65 to 22Apr66)

Season 3 was all color except for #3.3 "Stag at Bay" and  #3.4 "Sleeping Beauty Revisited".  

3.01 [72] The Farmer's Daughter: HERE COMES THE BRIDE'S FATHER (color)
13Sep65 ABC Mon
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Molly Dodd
Amzie Strickland
Byron Morrow
Stephen Coit
Papa meddles in the wedding plans.

3.02 [73] The Farmer's Daughter: BABE IN THE WOODS (color)
20Sep65 ABC Mon
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Cliff Arquette
Robert Sorrells
Dee J. Thompson
Marian Collier
James Arthur
A weekend trip to the woods leaves Glen and Katy lost.

3.03 [74] The Farmer's Daughter: STAG AT BAY (bw)
27Sep65
ABC Mon
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Paul Lynde
Don Keefer
Josie Lloyd
Carol Sunde
Jo Collina
Amedee Chabot
Ken Kane
Katy plans a bachelor party to ease the premarital stress on Glen.

 [--] The Farmer's Daughter: 4Oct65
Pre-empted for coverage of Pope Paul VI's visit to New York City.


3.04 [75] The Farmer's Daughter: SLEEPING BEAUTY REVISITED (bw)
11Oct65
ABC Mon
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Woodrow Parfrey
Heather Menzies
Arthur Peterson
Glen starts to have second thoughts as the wedding nears.

3.05 [76] The Farmer's Daughter: FOREVER IS A CAST IRON MESS (color)
18Oct65 ABC Mon
Written by Phil Leslie
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Bill Daily
Harold Gould
Laurence Haddon
Lindsay Workman
Diana Chesney
Ceil Cabot
Stuart Nisbett
Rex Holman
Hollis Morrison
As a wedding present Katy and Glen get a huge ugly abstract statue.

3.06 [77] The Farmer's Daughter: POWDER PUFF INVASION (color)
25Oct65 ABC Mon
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Guest Cast:
Shelley Morrison
Mimi Walters
Sam Javis
Senator Ames tells Glen that after marriage the husband never
has a place to store his precious belongings.

3.07 [78] The Farmer's Daughter: TO HAVE AND TO HOLD (color)
5Nov65 ABC Fri
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Regis Toomey
Don Larson
The wedding day arrives, with Steve as the best man and Papa
giving the bride away - after fainting.

3.08 [79] The Farmer's Daughter: CRISIS AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS (color)
12Nov65 ABC Fri
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Frank De Vol
Charles Lane
Cliff Norton
Leland Murray
The wedding night is spent in an overcrowded hotel

3.09 [80] The Farmer's Daughter: A SONNY HONEYMOON (color)
19Nov65 ABC Fri
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Bernard Fox
Judy Carne
Richard Evans
Olan Soulé
Pam McMyler
The Morleys are disturbed in their New York hotel room by
loud rock music coming from a rock star's suite.

3.10 [81] The Farmer's Daughter: HIGH FASHION (color)
26Nov65 ABC Fri
Written by Joseph C. Cavella
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Bernie Kopell
Vito Scotti
Ena Hartman
Shelley Morrison
Hollis Morrison
Amadee Chabot
Mary Jane Mangler
Sally Morris
Katy is picked to head a commitee for a charity show.

3.11 [82] The Farmer's Daughter: THE PLATINUM SWIZZLE STICK (color)
3Dec65 ABC Fri
Written by Warner Law
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Booth Colman
Jeanette Nolan ......... Cousin Stella
When Cousin Stella comes to visit, she brings extravagant presents.

3.12 [83] The Farmer's Daughter: STEVE, BOY LOVELORN (color)
10Dec65 ABC Fri
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Nancy De Carl
Rickey Kelman
Charles Seel
After receiving his driver's license, Steve asks his girlfriend to go steady.

3.13 [84] The Farmer's Daughter: JEWEL BEYOND COMPARE (color)
17Dec65 ABC Fri
Written by Stanley H. Silverman
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Mary Grace Canfield
Tom D'Andrea
Stuart Nisbet
Nydia Westman
Diana Chesney
Loie Bridge
After hiring a house keeper, Katy learns that she cannot cook.

3.14 [85] The Farmer's Daughter: GLEN A GOGH-GOH (color)
24Dec65 ABC Fri
Written by Stanley H. Silverman
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Guest Cast:
Harvey Lembeck
Barbara Stuart
Marjorie Bennett
Susan Brown
William Kendis
Katy thinks that she and Glen should have separate interests in order to be better persons.

3.15 [86] The Farmer's Daughter: SIMPLE JOYS OF NATURE (color)
31Dec65 ABC Fri
Written by Warner Law
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Emmaline Henry
Hans Conreid
Jon Chevron
Steve Rinaldi
After Glen complains about his high gardening bills, Katy goes
to school to learn the art of horticulture.

3.16 [87] The Farmer's Daughter: MOE HILL AND THE MOUNTAINS (color)
07-Jan-1966 ABC Fri
Written by Joseph C. Cavella & Carol Cavella
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
David (Davy) Jones ... Roland
Parly Baer ................... Mr. Rapp
Stacy Maxwell Greg ... Alythia
Richard Keith ............. Drummer
Synopsis:
Katy becomes the manager of Steve's new rock band.

 3.17 [88] The Farmer's Daughter: OH, BOY, IS THE HONEYMOON OVER (color)
14Jan66 ABC Fri
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Sam Freedle
Guest Cast:
Hoagy Carmichael
Peter Brocco
Katy and Glen make the mistake of talking about each other's
faults and get into an argument.

3.18 [89] The Farmer's Daughter: THE FALL AND RISE OF STEVEN MORLEY (color)
21Jan66 ABC Fri
Written by Warner Law
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Michael Burns
Barbara Hershey
Tim Rooney
Toni Cathi
Steve is running for class president and his opponent may be a thief.

3.19 [90] The Farmer's Daughter: HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT OF BUILDING? (color)
28Jan66 ABC Fri
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Sam Freedle
Guest Cast:
Gary Crosby
Richard Deacon
Jeanne Arnold
Jackie Joseph
Ceil Cabot
A cunning decorator tries to convince the Morley's to redo their whole house.

3.20 [91] The Farmer's Daughter: KATY IN A CAPSULE (color)
4Feb66 ABC Fri
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
(no details)
Katy has a dream that she is the first female astronaut to travel to the moon.

3.21 [92] The Farmer's Daughter: LO, THE SMART INDIAN (color)
11Feb66 ABC Fri
Written by Stanley H. Silverman
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Guest Cast:
Paul Fix
Mike Road
Noam Pitlik
Barbara Hershey
Robert Cornthwaite
Justin Smith
Jeff Burton
Glen has a problem when an Indian chief from Minnesota claims
that a large part of the state is owned by his tribe, and they want it back.

3.22 [93] The Farmer's Daughter: STEVE, BOY BOHEMIAN (color)
18Feb66 ABC Fri
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Leslie Nielsen
Steve decides he wants to be an author and quit high school.

3.23 [94] The Farmer's Daughter: ALIAS KATY MORLEY (color)
25Feb66 ABC Fri
Written by Janet Carlson & Don Richman
Directed by Sam Freedle
Guest Cast:
Cathy Lewis
Del Moore
Louis Quinn
Don Keefer
John Newton
William Kendis
Fay De Witt
Warren Munson
Lennie Bremen
Elaine Fielding
Katy gets arrested for shoplifting just before a critical television interview.

3.24 [95] The Farmer's Daughter: ANYONE FOR SWINDLING? (color)
4Mar66 ABC Fri
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Bernie Koppell
Karen Steele
Bernard Fox
Vaughn Taylor
Joe Mell
Katy has a problem with a book club that keeps sending her bills and unwanted books.

3.25 [96] The Farmer's Daughter: TWELVE ANGRY WOMEN (color)
11Mar66 ABC Fri
Written by Janet Carlson & Don Richman
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
J. Pat O'Malley
Mary Grace Canfield
Ceil Cabot
Roy Roberts
Bryan O'Byrne
While Glen is at home with a cold, Katy is called up to jury duty.

3.26 [97] The Farmer's Daughter: THE LAST TO KNOW (color)
18Mar66 ABC Fri
Written by Don Richman & Janet Carlson
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Sabrina Scharf
Janet De Gore
Alice Backes
Glen mistakenly thinks that Katy is pregnant.

3.27 [98] The Farmer's Daughter: MY PAPA, THE POLITICIAN (color)
25Mar66 ABC Fri
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Sam Freedle
Guest Cast:
Robert Sorrells
Josie Lloyd
Jack Narz
Elaine Fielding
Peggy Ann Nielsen
Papa Holstrum wants to get into politics and needs Glen's support.

3.28 [99] The Farmer's Daughter: THE WIFE OF YOUR FRIEND MAY NOT BE A FRIEND OF YOUR WIFE (color)
1Apr66 ABC Fri
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
John McGiver
Alice Ghostly .......... Mama Holstrum
Jonathan Hole
The wife of a senator and Katy get into a fight.

3.29 [100] The Farmer's Daughter: IS HE OR ISN'T HE? (color)
08-Apr-1966 ABC Fri (repeated 2Sep66)
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick
Directed by Jerrold Bernstein
Guest Cast:
Emmaline Henry ..... Sara
Jeanne Arnold ......... Ellen
Noam Pitlik ............. Dr. Leonard
Bridget Hanley ........ Tammy
Laurance Haddon ... Pete
Booth Colman ........ Judge
Synopsis 1:
To lose weight, Glen enrolls in a gym.
Synopsis 2:
Two of Katy's friends jump to conclusions when they see Glen having lunch with his doctor's nurse.

[---] The Farmer's Daughter: 15Apr66 -
Pre-empted for "The Big Guy," a documentary about heavyweight boxers
Jim Beattie and Dick Wipperman.


3.30 [101] The Farmer's Daughter: HALF AN ANNIVERSARY (color) (final episode)
22Apr66 ABC Fri
Written by Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
Directed by Bob Claver
Guest Cast:
Lindsay Workman
Digby Wolfe
Sandra Gould
Alberto Morin
Molly Dodd
It's anniversary time, and Katy buys a present that is beyond her means.

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Spring/Summer 1966 Repeats:
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29Apr66 - 3.07 "To Have and Hold" (from 5Nov65)
06May66 - 3.08 "Crisis at Crystal Springs" (from 12Nov65)
13May66 - pre-empted for a documentary on Archbishop of New York Francis Cardinal Spellman.
20May66 - 3.10 "High Fashion" (from 26Nov65)
27May66 - 3.20 "Katy in a Capsule" (from 4Feb66)
03June66 - 3.13 "Jewel Beyond Compare" (from 17Dec65)
10June66 - 3.12 "Steve, Boy Lovelorn" (from 10Dec65)
17June66 - 3.15 "Simple Joys of Nature" (from 31Dec65)
24June66 - 3.17 "Oh, Boy, Is the Honeymoon Over!" (from 14Jan66)
01July66 - 3.18 "The Fall and Rise of Steven Morley" (from 21Jan66)
08July66 - 3.19 "Have You Ever Thought of Building?" (from 28Jan66)
15July66 - 3.21 "Lo, the Smart Indian" (from 11Feb66)
22July66 - 3.23 "Alias Katy Morley" (from 25Feb66)
29July66 - 3.22 "Steve, Boy Bohemian" (from 18Feb66)
05Aug66 - pre-empted for a sports special on auto racing star Jim Clark.
12Aug66 - 3.26 "The Last To Know" (from 18Mar66)
19Aug66 - 3.24 "Anyone for Swindling?" (from 4Mar66)
26Aug66 - 3.28 "The Wife of Your Friend May Not Be a Friend of Your Wife" (from 1Apr66)
02Sep66 - 3.29 "Is He Or Isn't He?" (from 8Apr66) (final repeat)

09Sep66 - "The Farmer's Daughter" replaced by "The Milton Berle Show"

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