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HARPER VALLEY P.T.A. (season 2 title: Harper Valley)
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Redwood production (season 1) (early 1981) 16Jan81-28Aug81
Ten Four production (season 2) (1981-82) 29Oct81-14Aug82
Universal City Studios
for
NBC
based on the song "Harper Valley P. T. A." by Tom T. Hall
and on characters created by George Edwards
from the 1978 motion picture of the same title.

Produced by Gordon Mitchell and Jerry Ross (season 1 eps 1-8)
Produced by Edward J. Montagne and Jerry Ross (season 1 eps 9-13)

US comedy series 1981-82   30 episodes x 30 min colour film
starring
Barbara Eden as Stella Johnson (1981-82)
Jenn Thompson as Dee Johnson (1981-82)
Anne Francine as Flora Simpson Reilly (1981-82)
Fannie Flagg as Cassie Bowman. (1981-82)
George Gobel as Mayor Otis Harper, Jr (1981-82)
Bridget Hanley as Wanda Reilly Taylor (1981-82)
Suzi Dean as Scarlett Taylor (1981-82)
Rod McCary as Bobby Taylor (1981-82)
Christopher Stone as Tom Meechum (1981-82)
Mills Watson as Winslow Homer (Uncle Buster) Smith(1981-82)(season 2)

Gary Allen as Norman Clayton (1981)
Mari Gorman as Vivian Washburn (1981)
Edie McClurg as Willamae Jones (1981)
Robert Gray as Cliff Willoughby (1981)
Victor Dunlop as George Kelly (1981)
Kevin Scannell as Coach Burt Powell (1981)

############ Harper Valley PTA ##############
############ season 1 early 1981 #############
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Fridays on NBC

1.01 [--] Harper Valley PTA: TO DUNK OR NOT TO DUNK
(pilot)
prod. no. 56201
16Jan81 Fri
produced by Gordon Mitchell and Jerry Ross
written by Sherwood Schwartz & Lloyd J. Schwartz
directed by Bruce Bilson
director of photography: K. C. Smith
film editor: Albert J. J. Zuniga.
guest cast:
Matthew Ansara ..... Matt, teenager-kisses Stella in kissing booth
(Matthew Ansara was the 15-year old son of Barbara Eden,
making his acting debut)
Jerry Anderson ......... Mr Crowley
Vic Dunlop ............. George Kelly
Mari Gorman ............ Vivian Washburn
Enid Kent .............. Mr Crowley
Edie McClurg ........... Willamae Jones
Summary:
The story of Stella Johnson (Barbara Eden) a door to door saleswoman
who lives at 769 Oakwood Street in Harper Valley, Ohio with a 14 year
old daughter, Dee who goes to Harper Valley Junior High School. It
seems the wives of Harper Valley are worried because their husbands
all leave work early every morning at the same time Stella Johnson goes jogging.

When Stella Johnson dressed in baby doll pajamas goes out to get the
morning newspaper, the front door closes and she's locked out of her
house. Well, along comes Mr Mayor Otis Harper, Jr. who helps her in thru a
window of the house. Stella asks him "Where you going at 7 o'clock?",
The Mayor responds,"I'm going home for dinner", Stella tells him,
"it's 7 O'clock in the morning", and the Mayor replys, "That explains
why the sun is out". Someone takes a photo of Stella and Mayor Harper
going in the window and Stella is tossed off the school carnival
commitee for aledgedly having a affair with Mayor Harper. She gets
revenge against the Harper Valley PTA, by opening up kissing and wet
look booths at the event and raises $500 dollars for the school and
wins the Flora Simpson Reilly Award for raising more money than anyone
else. Stella thanks the Harper Valley PTA for without them, none of it
would have been possible.

1.02 [--] Harper Valley PTA: A HUSBAND FOR STELLA
23Jan81 Fri
Directed by Alan Myerson
guest cast:
Joan Kajar .......... Mrs Eunice Clayton, Norman Clayton's wife
Enid Kent ........... The Mayor's Secretary
Ned Wertimer ........ Inspector Hartley
Edie McClurg ........ Willamae Jones
Summary:
Believing Stella Johnson is expecting a baby, The Harper Valley PTA,
begin a frantic campaign search to save their fair city of Harper
Valley,from scandel of an unwed Mother, by finding a husband for
Stella, and one of the men who ask her to marry him is Mr Mayor Otis Harper,Jr.

1.03 [--] Harper Valley PTA: MAIL AND FEMALE
30Jan81 Fri
prod. no. 56203
produced by Gordon Mitchell and Jerry Ross
written by Jerry Ross
directed by Alan Myerson
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor Beryl Gelford
guest cast:
Jerry Anderson ......... Mr Crowley, the mailman
Enid Kent .............. Mr Crowley
Edie McClurg ........... Willamae Jones
Summary:
When Mr Crowley,the mailman tells Willamae Jones, that the only one
in Harper Valley who got anything good in the mail was Stella Johnson.
Willamae Jones begins stealing Stella's mail and bringing Stella's
mail to Flora Simpson Reilly and the Harper Valley PTA, who begin
monitoring Stella's mail in hopes of finding info about Stella only
Stella finds out and Stella dresses in a blue and gold genie costume
posing in the role of oil rich Princess Najeeb of Ismailia, in a
scheme against Flora Simpson Reilly and the Harper Valley PTA, who
were monitoring her mail. Flora Simpson Reilly tries to sell some
swamp Land.
Note:
In this episode Stella's address is given as 769 Oakwood Street,
Harper Valley, Ohio.

1.04 [--] Harper Valley PTA: DON JUAN & TWO
6Feb81 Fri
prod no. 56204
produced by Gordon Mitchell and Jerry Ross
written by David P. Harmon
directed by Claudio Guzman
music score Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor John Kaufman, Jr.
guest cast:
Jed Allan ............. Steve
Summary:
Flora Simpson Reilly pays Steve, an actor to romance Stella Johnson,
and break her heart so she will leave Harper Valley, though when
Stella recognizes the fellow, he agree to turn the tables on the
Reilly family by pretending to fall in Love with Flora Simpson
Reilly's daughter, Wanda
Note:
Jed Allan played C.C. Capwell in the soap opera "Santa B"

1.05 [--] Harper Valley PTA: THE LIFE OF REILLY
13Feb81 Fri
prod. no. 56207
produced by Gordon Mitchell and Jerry Ross
written by Brad Radnitz
directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
music score Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor Albert J. J. Zuniga.
guest cast:
Dick Wiley ........... Doc Waterman
Summary:
When a slammed door knocks Stella off Flora Simpson Reilly's steps,
she feigns amnesia and forces Flora Simpson Reilly to cater to her
every need while she investigates the Reilly's illegal diversion of
water from the Harper Valley Creek, Harper Creek.
Note:
A man says get ready to make lots of money Mrs Reilly.
Flora Simpson Reilly says "I'm Always ready for that - when money talks Everyone Listens"

1.06 [--] Harper Valley PTA: STELLA, THE REILLY GIRL
20Feb81 Fri
prod. no. 56209
produced by Gordon Mitchell and Jerry Ross
written by Joan Brooker and Alexandra Stoddard
directed By Richard Bennett
music score Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor Beryl Gelfond
guest cast:
David Tress ........... Mr Bayer
Summary:
At Kelley's Bar, a man asks Stella if she would like to Star in a
TV commercial for a new product they were introducing called "Kitchen
Queen" Paper Towels, and that they could film it in Stella's own
kitchen. When along comes Mr Mayor Otis HarperJr and Bobby Taylor
coming into Kelly's Bar. Mayor Harper and Bobby Taylor had just come
from an X-rated movie, "Porno Queen From Outer Space", and Bobby
overhears the conversation about Kitchen Queen and thinks it's a
domestc version of the X-rated movie he and the Mayor saw and so when
Bobby goes home and is late, Flora Simpson Reilly and Wanda meet him
at the door. Wanda is angry with Bobby because he had promised to go
with them to the movie, "Herbie Goes Bananas". Bobby tells them he
was at Kelly's Bar, and that he heard that Stella was going to star
in a X-rated movie and that they were going to film the movie in her
very own kitchen. Stella Johnson stars in a TV Commercial for The
Reilly Company's new product, Kitchen Queen Paper Towels, owned by
Flora Simpson Reilly and becomes Stella, The Reilly Girl. Flora
Simpson Reilly learns her new spokesperson for Kitchen Queen Paper
Towels is Stella Johnson, who Flora thinks is doing porno movies.
Stella becomes famous and sales soar for the new product. Dee tells
her Mother, Stella, that having Stella doing that commercial was
making Dee Famous.
Everytime Dee went any where in school everyone would say thre goes
that kid who's mother wipes up things on television. Wanda tells her
mother Flora Simpson Reilly and Wanda's husband Bobby that the month
of June has always been a popular month for paper towel sales. Flora
Simpson Reilly, thinks that anyone could do a commercial for her
product and finds a new Reilly Girl, her very own daughter Wanda.
Flora Simpson Reilly has her very own daughter, Wanda Reilly Taylor
do a commercial only, Wanda isn't able to even remember the name of
the product, Wanda keeps calling the product Chicken Clean Paper
Vowels instead of Kitchen Queen paper towels, so after more than 93
takes for the commercial, Flora wants Stella again to star in
another commercial for Kitchen Queen Paper Towels, because it was
very successful with Stella and Flora finds out that Stella wasn't
starring in a porno movie, she was doing the commercial for Kitchen
Queen Paper Towels,and Bobby heard wrong.

1.07 [--] Harper Valley PTA: MOONLIGHTING BECOMES YOU
March 1981
prod. no. 56202
produced by Gordon Mitchell and Jerry Ross
written By Gordon Mitchel
directed By Bruce Bilson
music score Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor: John Kaufman, Jr.
guest cast:
Mari Gorman ......... Vivian Washburn
Edie McClurg ........ Willamae Jones
Summary:
Stella is collecting empty beer cans so she could raise money.
The Harper Valley PTA begins spreading rumors that Stella is an
alcoholic. When Flora Simpson Reilly arrives at the La Moderne
Beauty Shop early and Stella is there and hair dresser Cassie
Bowman tells Flora Sipson Reilly that Flora would have to wait.
Flora Simpson Reilly is mad and leaves. Flora Simpson Reilly,
her daughter Wanda and Wanda's husband, Bobby try driving hair
dresser Cassie Bowman out of business because she's a friend of
Stella and so when Flora Simpson Reilly and Bobby set up Wanda
with her very own Beauty shop called Mondo Wanda's, next door
to the La Moderne Beauty Shop. Stella Johnson poses as hair expert,
Madame Gabrielle De Paris,and wreaks gooey revenge against Wanda
and runs Wanda out of business and all the ladies of Harper
Valley come running to the La Moderne Beauty Shop and Cassie
Bowman is in business again. Flora Simpson Reilly finds out that
Stella was not a alcoholic and that Stella was just collecting
the empty beer cans for raising money.

1.08 [--] Harper Valley PTA: A TREE GROWS IN HARPER VALLEY
March 1981
prod. no. 56211
produced by Gordon Mitchell and Jerry Ross
directed by George Tyne
written by Warren Murray
music score: Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor Albert J. J. Zuniga
guest cast:
Jeanne Robbins ............ Madge
Fred Holiday .............. Doug Peterson
Bob McClurg ............... Policeman #1
William Pierson ........... Workman #1
Doug Cox .................. Policeman #2
Patti Dworkin ............. Secretary
Edie McClurg .............. Willamae Jones
Summary:
When Flora Simpson Reilly orders the bulldozing of the park to
make way for the new school parking lot, Stella chains herself to
the beloved Harper Valley tree, the oldest living tree in Harper
Valley in protest and calls out a TV news crew. Flora Simpson
Reilly decides she will save the Harper Valley Tree from being
cut and Flora Simpson Reilly dedicates the park in the name of
her late husband, Jonathan Randolph Reilly, who Flora sometimes
called JR Reilly in the show.

1.09 [--] Harper Valley PTA: DIRTY TRICKS
March 1981
prod. no. 56205
produced by Edward J. Montagne and Jerry Ross
written By Dianne and Lou Messina
directed By Claudio Guzman (who directed many "Jeannie" Episodes)
music score Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor Beryl Gelfond
guest cast:
Rod Colbin ............. Police Chief
Renee Jones ............ Hairdresser
Mari Gorman ............ Vivian Washburn
Kevin Scannell ......... Coach Burt Powell
Summary:
Stella is doing book keeping for the Harper Valley motel for
extra money though the Reilly rumor mill has it that Stella is
practicing the oldest profession. She gets even with a scheme
that results in the arrest of the Harper Valley PTA Members for
lewd behavior at the Harper Valley motel.

1.10 [--] Harper Valley PTA: STELLA AND HOWARD
March 1981
prod. no. 56212
produced by Edward J. Montagne and Jerry Ross
written By Sherwood Schwartz and Lloyd J. Schwartz
directed by Bruce Bilson
music score Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor: Albert J. J. Zuniga
guest cast:
David Rode ............. Eric
Julie Payne ............ Doris Diefenbarker
Fred Holliday .......... Doug Peterson
Edie McClurg ........... Willamae Jones
Summary:
Stella soars up the social ladder when it seems she has inherited
$109 million from a man named Howard who Stella saved years ago
and thinking that Stella is richer than Flora Simpson Reilly,
Flora invites Stella for a Harper Valley PTA Meeting and Stella
tries getting Flora Simpson Reilly to drain The Reilly swamp who
Flora Simpson Reilly calls Reilly Meadows. Flora agrees until she
finds out Stella ddn't inherit 109 million and it's only when
Stella plunges into the Reilly swamp and saves Flora Simpson Reilly
who fell in, that Flora is convinced it's dangerous and agrees to
drain the Reilly Swamp.

1.11 [--] Harper Valley PTA: MAYOR BOBBY
April 1981
prod. no. 56214
produced by Edward J. Montagne and Jerry Ross
written by Jordan Moffet
directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
music score Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor Beryl Gelfond
guest cast:
Bill Smillie ......... Inspector
Edie McClurg .... Willamae Jones
Kevin Scannell .... Coach Burt Powell
Summary:
Business is slow at Kelley's Bar and Kelly would like to hire a
piano player and entertainment so he could get more business,
though he needs an entertainment license but every time he tries
for one, Flora Simpson Reilly convinces the Mayor not to give one.
Stella convinces Mayor Harper he should give Kelley the license.
When Flora Simpson Reilly finds out that the Mayor is giving
Kelley a license she refuses to help Mayor Harper with his
campaign for re-election. It's election time in Harper Valley,
and the heated race between incumbent Mr Mayor Otis Harper, Jr.
and Bobby Taylor finds Stella Johnson again in opposition with
the Reilly's, when Stella becomes Mayor Harper's Campaign Manager
and relects Mayor Harper.

1.12 [--] Harper Valley PTA: MY FAIR STELLA
April 1981
prod. no. 56206
produced by Edward J. Montagne and Jerry Ross
written by Phil Mishkin and Judy Gabriel
directed by Claudio Guzman
music score: Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor Beryl Gelfond
guest cast:
Robert Hogan .......... Jeff
James Ray ............. Mr. Townsend
Edie McClurg .......... Willamae Jones
Summary:
The Harper Valley PTA think Stella is having an affair with a married man in Harper Valley.

1.13 [--] Harper Valley PTA: BAD DAY AT HARPER VALLEY
May 1981
prod. no. 56219
produced by Edward J. Montagne and Jerry Ross
written by Richard Freiman
directed by Claudio Guzman
music score Nelson Riddle
director of photography K. C. Smith
film editor Beryl Gelfond
guest cast:
Richard Minchenberg ....... Eddie Lake, a bank robber
Rod Colbin ................ Police Chief
Fred Holliday ............. Doug Peterson
Edie McClurg .............. Willamae Jones
Lake Kevin Scannell ....... Coach Burt Powell
Summary:
A bank robber named Eddie takes Stella and 8 Harper Valley
citizens hostage demanding $100,000 in ransom and safe way out
of town. Stella cozies up to him with a Bonnie and Clyde "put-on"
in a scheme that throws his plans and stalls him long enough that he's caught.
(The episode title comes from the 1954 Spencer Tracy film "Bad Day at Black Rock")

######## Harper Valley
(new title) ##########
############# season 2 1981-82 ###############
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Thursday nights on NBC
Season 2 the show is called "Harper Valley"
Season 2 theme song is called "Harper Valley USA"
with New Words By Tom Wells Sung By Carol Chase

2.01 [14] Harper Valley: MAKE ROOM FOR UNCLE BUSTER
29Oct81 Thur
prod. no. 56701
produced by Les Sheldon
directed by Rod Daniel
Summary:
The 2nd season begins with dropping the PTA concept of the show
and from the title. Upon returning home from a health food
convention in Cleveland, Stella and Daughter Dee come home to a
great commotion. The remainder of a burnt out truck is smoking
in front of their house and the cause of it all is Stella's
Uncle Winslow Homer Smith who everyone calls Uncle Buster. He is
an inventer who's every invention busts. It seems Uncle Buster
has come to Harper Valley and is about to be arrested. Stella
helps clear him and Buster decides to move in with Stella and
daughter Dee and stay in Harper Valley for awhile. Mills Watson
joins the show in this episode in the role of Stella's Uncle.
Note:
Begining with this episode the theme song is now with new lyrics
and is called "Harper Valley USA"

2.02 [15] Harper Valley: GOOD FOR THE GOOSE ... SAUCE FOR THE GANDER
5Nov81 Thur
prod. no. 56707
executive producers Jerry Davis and Bill Dial
produced by Les Sheldon
supervising producer Rod Daniel
script consultant Ron Friedman
executive script consultants Burt and Adele Styler
written by Ron Friedman
directed by Rod Daniel
director of photography Frank Thackery
film editor Stanley Wohlberg
costumes by Joie Hutchinson and Brienne
Summary:
Unable to abide Bobby's moves toward Stella any longer Wanda
throws the bungling Casanova out on his ear and then Wanda joins
forces with her rival Stella in a scheme to get Bobby home again with Wanda.

2.03 [16] Harper Valley: REUNION FEVER
12Nov81 Thur
no. 56708
produced by Les Sheldon
written by Susan Misty Stewart
directed by Dick Harwood
director of photography Frank Thackery
film editor Jack Gleason
guest cast:
John McCook ........... Calvin Kendall
Summary:
Wealthy and good looking Calvin Kendall returns home to Harper
Valley for a High School Reunion and tries wooing Stella Johnson
though she tries redirecting his attentions toward her friend who
has been carrying a torch for him for years.

2.04 [17] Harper Valley: $500 DOLLAR MISUNDERSTANDING
19Nov81 Thur
prod. no. 56702
produced by Les Sheldon
written by Malcolm & Amy Webb
written by Burt Styler & Adele Styler (on copyright description)
directed by Nick Havinga
director of photography Frank Thackery
film editor Jack Gleason
guest cast:
Anne Haney .......... Miss Purdue
(Lady who works at the Harper Valley Ciy Bank)

2.05 [18] Harper Valley: STELLA'S SCAM
3Dec81 Thur - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56717
produced by Les Sheldon
written by Charles Isaacs
directed by Alan Bergman
guest cast:
Abe Vigoda
Summary:
Stella becomes Mr Mayor Otis Harper Jr's new receptionist. The
Reilly's thinking Stella will find out about their political
maneuverings, try getting her to quit. Within a few days Stella is
approached by a mysterious stranger who offers her $10,000 if she
will gve him info. Stella being honest doesn't take the bribe,
and devises her own scheme in exposing the Reilly's scheme with
the help of Uncle Buster and his video camera.

2.06 [19] Harper Valley: FLORA'S DINNER PARTY
10Dec81 Thur - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56703
produced by Les Sheldon
written by Jerry Davis
directed by Rod Daniel
director of photography Frank Thackery
film editor Stanley Wohlberg

2.07 [20] Harper Valley:
I'M DREAMING OF A HARPER VALLEY CHRISTMAS
19Dec81 Sat
prod. no. 56721
produced by Arthur E. McLaird
written by Jackie McKane & Joel Tappis.
directed by William Asher
guest cast:
Stubby Kaye .... Mr Dickens
Parley Baer
Summary:
A take-off of "A Christmas Carol" and "Scrooge" with
Harper Valley Resident Villian Flora Simpson Reilly being the Scrooge

2.08 [21] Harper Valley: LOW NOON
9Jan82 Sat - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56716
produced by Arthur E. McLaird
written by Steve Hattman & Dave Hackel
directed by Alan Cooke
director of photography Frank Thackery
film editor Domenic G. DiMascio.

2.09 [22] Harper Valley: THE SHOW MUST GO ON
16Jan82 Sat - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56715
produced by Arthur E. McLaird
directed by Alan Myerson
guest cast:
Larry Storch
Summary:
Flora Simpson Reilly has written a "serious" Viking Story with her
daughter Wanda in mind for the leading Lady starring role and
Stella as an extra. Though at the last minute Wanda is unable and
isn't able to go on with the show and leaves. The Director tells
Flora The "show must go on" and Stella goes on stage in Wanda's
place making a serious drama into a comedy.

2.10 [23] Harper Valley: SVENGALI OF THE VALLEY
23Jan82 Sat - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56722
produced by Arthur E. McLaird
written by Dave Hackel & Steve Hattman
directed by Alan Myerson
director of photography: Howard Schwartz
film editor Jack Gleason
guest cast:
Georgie Paul ........ Cook

2.11 [24] Harper Valley: FIRECHIEF FOLLIES
30Jan82 Sat - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56724
produced by Arthur E. McLaird
written by Donald Ross
directed by Les Martinson
guest cast:
Georgie Paul ....... Citizen
Summary:
Stella breaks into a city council meeting to expose the fire
department's inefficiency; though surprise learns that Mrs Flora
Simpson Reilly is the Fire Chief Of Harper Valley. When the whole
town joins in Stella's protest, Flora is voted out and Stella is
voted in and relucantly gets to be Firechief of Harper Valley and
Stella takes her new responsibility seriously and gathers a group
of volunteers and Flora Simpson Reilly is determined to fight
proving Stella is incompetent. The tables turn when Flora Simpson
Reilly who is unhappy about losing the tax benefits being Fire
Chief Of Harper Valley afforded her devises a scheme. Flora
Simpson Reilly plans a fire in her own Reilly Paper Company
warehouse to collect insurance money for water damage caused by
Stella's Fire Fighters though Stella and her Friends are one step
ahead of Flora Simpson Reilly. Later Harper Valley gets a new Firechief.

[--] 6Feb82 Sat - no details

2.12 [25] Harper Valley: STELLA DELLA
13Feb82 Sat - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56723
produced by Arthur E. McLaird
directed by William Asher
Summary:
Cousin Della is like a Jeannie's-sister role for Barbara Eden.
Della comes to Harper Valley visiting her Country Cousins and
tells Dee (Stella's daughter) that Dee is in the Really Fun Years
(The Teenage Years). Della has been married 4 times and is looking
for her 5th wealthy husband. Della is mistaken for Stella when
Della goes after Flora Simpson Reilly's son-in-law. Della wasn't
interested in Flora Simpson Reilly's son-in-law until she heard
that magic word " Wealthy". Della wanted a wealthy husband though
Flora Simpson Reilly's son-in-law is already married to his wife
Wanda who is Flora Simpson Reilly's daughter. Della leaves Harper
Valley and goes after an elderly wealthy man hoping he will be her 5th Husband.
Note:
Barbara Eden plays "Stella Johnson" and her cousin "Della".

[--] 20Feb82 Sat - no details

2.13 [26] Harper Valley: STELLA RAE
27Feb82 Sat - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56725
produced by Arthur E. McLaird
written by Judy Gabriel & Philip Mishkin
directed by William Asher
director of photography Howard Schwartz
film editor Domenic G. DiMascio
original music & addition lyrics by Arthur B. Rubinstein.

[--] 6,13, 20 Mar82 Sat - no details

2.14 [27] Harper Valley: HARPER VALLEY HOEDOWN
a.k.a. "Harper Valley Cowboy" ????
prod. no. 56730
27Mar82 Sat - estimated airdate
produced by Arthur E. McLaird and Steve
Hattman & Dave Hackel ; directed by William Asher.

2.15 [28] Harper Valley: GRIZZLY GAP
3Apr82 Sat - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56727
produced by Arthur E. McLaird and Steve Hattman & Dave Hackel
written By Dave Hackel and Steve Hattman
directed by Alan Cooke
guest cast:
Shug Fisher
Summary:
When Stella and daughter Dee and Dee's teenage friends go camping
in Grizzly Gap camp grounds near Harper Valley, little do they
know what surprises are in store for them. The 1st one is the
Reilly's Limousine trailer and exotic camping equiptment when
Scarlett and her family decided to "rough it" the luxurious way.
The other surprise is when they meet a unusual stranger who's
mysterious ways both fascinate and unsettle them. Meanwhile in
Harper Valley, Uncle Buster and Mayor Otis Harper Jr hear a news
report that a man has escaped from jail and was last seen in the
area of the Grizzly Gap camp grounds near Harper Valley. Worried
Uncle Buster and Mayor Harper stop playing their game of cards
and go to rescue Stella and the girls.

[--] 10Apr82 Sat - no details
[--] 17Apr82 Sat - no details

2.16 [29] Harper Valley: THE RETURN OF CHARLIE'S CHOW PALACE
(shot on video)
24Apr82 Sat - estimated airdate
prod. no. 56726
produced by Arthur E. McLaird and Dave Hackel & Steve Hattman
written by Greg Strangis
directed by William Asher.
director of photography: Howard Schwartz;
film editor: Domenic G. DiMascio
original usic & additional lyrics by Arthur B. Rubinstein
guest cast:
Joyce Bulifant

2.17 [30] Harper Valley: HARPER VALLEY SENTINAL
(final episode)
1May82 Sat
Flora Simpson Reilly has a Dinner party

############# Harper Valley PTA ##############
############ Production Numbers ##############
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no. 56701, Make room for Buster (DPUB 23Oct81) (Airdate 29Oct81)
no. 56702, $500 misunderstanding (DPUB 16Nov81) (Airdate 19Nov81)
no. 56703, Flora's dinner party (DPUB 15Dec81)

no. 56707, Good for the goose (DPUB 4Nov82) (Airdate 5Nov81)
no. 56708, Reunion fever (DPUB 11Nov82) (Airdate 12Nov81)

no. 56715, The Show must go on (DPUB 13Jan82)
no. 56716, Low noon (DPUB 23Dec81)
no. 56717, Stellascam (DPUB 10Dec81)

no. 56721, Harper Valley Christmas (DPUB 17Dec81) (Airdate 19Dec81)
no. 56722, Svengali of the valley (DPUB 26Jan82)
no. 56723, Stella Della (DPUB 8Feb82)
no. 56724, Firechief follies (DPUB 28Jan82)
no. 56725, Stella Rae (DPUB 24Feb82)
no. 56726, The Return of Charlie's Chow Palace (DPUB 22Apr82)
no. 56727, Grizzly Gap (DPUB 2Apr82)
no. 56730, Harper Valley hoedown (DPUB 24Mar82)

Harper Valley P.T.A. (1978 Movie)
 April Fools Productions (93 min)
executive producer Phil Borack
associate producers Joan Carson & Michael Economou
written by George Edwards and Barry Schneider
directed by Richard C. Bennett
theme song by Tom T. Hall and James Welles
cast
Barbara Eden .... Stella Johnson
Ronny Cox .... Willis Newton
Nanette Fabray .... Alice Finely
Louis Nye .... Kirby Baker
Audrey Christie .... Flora Simpson Reilly
Ron Masak .... Herbie Maddox
John Fiedler .... Bobby Taylor
Susan Swift .... Dee Johnson
Pat Paulsen
Bob Hastings .... Skeeter
Fay DeWitt .... Willa Mae Jones
J.J. Barry .... Tex
Royce D. Applegate . Dutch
Irene Yah-Ling Sun . Myrna Wong
Louise Foley .... Mavis
Amzie Strickland ... Shirley Thompson
Molly Dodd .... Olive Glover
DeVera Marcus .... Holly Taylor
Clint Howard .... Corley
Pitt Herbert .... Henry Reilly
Tobias Anderson .... Barney Crunk
Arlen Stuart .... Bertha Harper
Laura Teige .... The Reilly Twins
Jan Teige .... The Reilly Twins
Shelley Hull .... Dr. Carey
Brian Cook .... Carlyle  

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