CTVA US Comedy - "Love, American Style" (Paramount/ABC) Season 2 (1970-71)

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Season 2 (ABC) (1970-71)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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ABC Fridays 9:30-10:00pm Eastern (30 min) (24 episodes broadcast)

Producers, William P. D'Angelo, Bill Idelson, Harvey Miller.
(prod. nos. 501-600)(100 stories copyrighted) (seasons 1-2)(1969-71)

2.1 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
September 25, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE FATHER
A father skips prison to attend his daughter's wedding. (Keenan Wynn, Judy Strangis)
(2) LOVE AND THE MOTEL
Trials of a motel rendezvous with Barbara Rush and Harry Morgan.

2.2 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
October 2, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE NURSE
Arte Johnson as a patient who falls for a disinterested nurse.
(2) LOVE AND THE OLD BOYFRIEND
Milton Berle meets his wife's ex-boy friend who is living in poverty.

2.3 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
October 9, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE PSYCHIATRIST
A tale of a romantic triangle. (Larry Hagman, Corinne Camacho)
(2) LOVE AND THE HYPNOTIST
Rich Little plays a hypnotized groom with Burgess Meredith as the celebrating minister.

2.4 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
October 16, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE BLIND DATE
Two roommates compete on TV for a date with a gorgeous but dumb actress. (Angus Duncan, Vince Cannon)
(2) LOVE AND THE LONGEST NIGHT
prod. no. 585, DPUB: 22Apr71
producers, William P. D'Angelo, Bill Idelson, Harvey Miller.
Directed by Les Martinson; Teleplay by Tawasaki Kwai.
Cast: Maureen Arthur, Roger Miller, Pat Buttram, Leonard Barr.
Heading for a splashy Las Vegas wedding, a sailor and his girl end up in a dusty town. (Roger Miller, Maureen Arthur)

2.5 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
October 23, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE ELOPEMENT
Karen Valentine, Davy Jones and Arch Johnson in a sketch about a mixed-up elopement.
(2) LOVE AND THE VISITOR
A very human gorilla is the third party in a triangle with an anthropologist and her husband.
(Anne Francis, William Windom, Janos Prohaska)

2.6 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
October 30, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE ESKIMO
prod. no. 535, DPUB: 23Aug71
producers, Bill Idelson & Harvey Miller
Written by Susan Harris
director, Bruce Bilson.
directors of photography: Al Francis, J. J. Jones; Howard Schwartz
film editors: Lee Burch, Donald Chu, Marsh Hendry et al.
Cast: Bill Bixby, Marlyn Mason, Anthony Caruso & Naomi Stevens.
Allen doesn't count on the custom of wife-sharing when he invites his Eskimo friend to make himself at home.
(2) LOVE AND THE NUISANCE
Joyce Van Patten plays a pesky girl in pursuit of a fortune hunter.

2.7 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
November 6, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE DECISION
Pat Paulsen can't choose between two prospective marriage partners.
(2) LOVE AND THE HAUNTED HOUSE
A night in a deserted cabin scares the daylights out of Walter and his fiancee.
(Frank Sutton, Vincent Price, Ruth Buzzi)

2.8 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
November 13, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE FUR COAT
How to buy a fur coat for your best girl and keep your wife from finding out. (Stu Gilliam, Sonja Dunson)
(2) LOVE AND THE TRIP
The grass isn't always as green or smokeable, as two anxious parents discover. (John McGiver, Ann B. Davis)

2.9 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
November 20, 1970:
LOVE AND THE YOUNG EXECUTIVE (30 min) (single story)
prod. no. 507, DPUB: 28Jun71
produced by Bill Idelson [i.e. William Idelson] and Harvey Miller.
Written by William Idelson & Harvey Miller.
Directed by Charles R. Rondeau
Cast: Brenda Benet, John Davidson, Tony Young et al.
Love and the Young Executive: John Davidson as an amorous mailroom boy with executive ambitions.

2.10 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
November 27, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE PEN PALS
Pen pals meet after 18 years of corresponding. (Diane Keaton, Monte Markham)
(2) LOVE AND THE CHAMP
What to do when a champion boxer insults your wife. (Godfrey Cambridge, Sonny Liston, Ketty Lester)

2.11 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
December 4, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE INTRUDER
A man burglarizes his ex-wife. (John Astin, Abby Dalton)
(2) LOVE AND THE LOST DOG
Irene Ryan as a widow with a novel way of meeting men.

2.12 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
December 11, 1970:
(1) LOVE AND THE UNDERSTANDING
Cast:
Jim Backus ............ Charlie
Pamela Mason .......... Lila
with
Naomi Lewis ........... Dodo
Virgina Graham ........ Edna
Karen Smith ........... Candy
Divorces Lila and Edna try to tell Dodo that her husband is fooling around.
Naomi Lewis as the understanding wife of a philandering husband (Jim Backus).
(UK airdate: 20or27Sep71 ITV Tyne-Tees, Mon 6:30 pm)
(2) LOVE AND THE HAPPY COUPLE
Conning a bequest out of a millionaire is the plan of a divorced couple pretending to be happy.
(Jan Murray, Sue Ane Langdon)

2.13 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
December 18, 1970:
LOVE AND THE MAN NEXT DOOR (30 min) (single story)
prod. no. 518, DPUB: 22Sep71
Produced by Bill Idelson & Harvey Miller;
written by Susan Harris
Directed by Coby Ruskin
Cast: Michael Callan, Ed Platt, Mary Ann Mobley et al.
The last use a couple of honeymooners want to make of their suite is a government stake-out of the place next-door.
(Michael Callan, Mary Ann Mobley)

2.14 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
January 1, 1971:
LOVE AND THE KIDNAPPER (30 min) (single story)
prod. no. 547, DPUB: 17Jun71
producers, Bill Idelson & Harvey Miller
Writers: Arnold Peyser, Lois Peyser (on synopsis: Louis Peyser)
director, George Tyne.
photography: J. J. Jones
film editors: Jack Ruggiero, Lee Burch, Donald Chu.
Cast: Tommy Smothers, Jessica Walter & Charlie Bateman.
Tommy Smothers is a novice kidnapper.

2.15 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
January 8, 1971:
(1) LOVE AND THE ONLY CHILD
A married lady goes home to mother and finds her parents are splitting up, too.
(Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, Heather North)
(2) LOVE AND THE WIG
A brunette in a blonde wig arouses her husband's interest. (Mimi Hines, Phil Ford)

2.16 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
January 15, 1971:
(1) LOVE AND OPERATION MODEL
The old you-ought-to-be-a-model routine. (Karen Jensen, Bill Callaway, Albert Brooks)
(2) LOVE AND THE SACK

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Expands to 60 min Format from 22-Jan-71 (to be verified)
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2.17 [--] Love, American Style: (60 min ?)
January 22, 1971:
(1) LOVE AND THE SERIOUS WEDDING
A disagreement about wedding plans with E.J. Peaker and Paul Winchell as practical jokers.
(2) LOVE AND MURPHY'S BED
An electric Murphy bed provides a hiding place for several people.
(3) LOVE AND THE CAKE
Julie Newmar as the girl who pops out of the cake at a convention.
(4) LOVE AND THE NEIGHBOR
aka "Love and Bob & Cathy & Frank & Peggy" (copyright title)
prod. no. 526, DPUB: 3Nov71
producer, William P. D'Angelo
Writer: Roy Kammerman;
director, Charles Rondeau.
directors of photography: Al Francis, J. J. Jones, Howard Schwartz
film editors: Lee Burch, Donald Chu, Marsh Hendry et al.
Cast: James Farrentino, Michelle Lee, Charles Nelson Reilly, Peg Shirley.
A caper about an annoying neighbor. (James Farentino, Michele Lee)

2.18 [--] Love, American Style: (60 min ?)
January 29, 1971:
(1) LOVE AND THE VAMPIRE
Stranded newlyweds are offered shelter by ghoulish host Tiny Tim.
(2) LOVE AND THE NUTSY GIRL
prod. no. 504, DPUB: 15Sep71
Producer: William P. D'Angelo
writer: Carl Kleinschmitt.
director: Allan Baron
Cast: Anjanette Comer, Jerry VanDyke, Ross Martin, Paul Winchell.
A triangular affair with Jerry Van Dyke, Ross Martin and a model.
(3) LOVE AND THE BIG GAME
Jack Klugman and Ann Elder lose at bridge and are convinced they've been the target of cheaters.

2.19 [--] Love, American Style: (60 min ?)
February 5, 1971:
(1) LOVE AND THE TATTOO
prod. no. 523, DPUB: 29Sep71
Produced by William P. D'Angelo;
written by Roy Kammerman
Directed by Charles Rondeau; .
Cast: Gary Collins, Pamela Rodgers, Stefanie Powers, Vito Scotti.
What Gary Collins needs to get off his chest is the name Erna.
(2) LOVE AND THE ARCTIC STATION
The lonely men at an Arctic weather station prepare for a sexy visitor. (Larry Storch, Forrest Tucker)
(3) LOVE AND THE PULITZER PRIZE BABY
prod. no. 529, DPUB: 13Oct71
producer, William P. D'Angelo
director, Charles Rondeau.
Writer: Roy Kammerman
film editors: Lee Burch, Donald Chu, Marsh Hendry et al.
directors of photography: Al Francis, J. J. Jones, Howard Schwartz.
Cast: Will Geer, Leslie Parrish, Roger Perry, Nancy Walker.
A lodge owner tries to prevent an unmarried couple from spending the night together.
(Will Geer, Roger Perry, Leslie Parrish)

2.20 [--] Love, American Style: (60 min ?)
February 12, 1971:
(1) LOVE AND THE NEW ROOMMATE
prod. no. 583 / DPUB: 12Aug71
producer, William P. D'Angelo
Script by Peggy Elliott and Ed Scharlach.
Director: Allen Baron
Cast: Eve Arden, Debbie Watson, Kelly Jean Peters et al.
Christopher Connelly and Debbie Watson trying to hide their marriage from her mother.
(2) LOVE AND THE RUG
Bill Bixby as a wig-wearer who lets the thing go to his head.
(3) LOVE AND THE BAKERS HALF DOZEN
A wedding cake nobody needs is a problem for a baker. (Alan Sues)
(4) LOVE AND THE SECOND TIME
It's the second time around for Archie and Edith. (Jack Albertson, Joan Bennett)

2.21 [--] Love, American Style: (60 min ?)
February 19, 1971
(1) LOVE AND THE PREGNANCY
Libby is having her first baby, but it's her hubby who's having the pains. (Jo Anne Worley, Paul Lynde)
(2) LOVE AND THE LOGICAL EXPLANATION
Bob Crane has to explain the black panties his wife found in the car.
(3) LOVE AND THE BOSS
A tale about possible wife-cheating. (Lou Jacobi, Jane Axell)
(4) LOVE AND THE JURY
A problem between disagreeing jurors. (Joan Hackett, Richard Mulligan)

2.22 [--] Love, American Style: (60 min ?)
February 26, 1971:
(1) LOVE AND THE LOVE POTION
Polly (Tammy Grimes) resorts to a Chinese love potion to get some action out of her boyfriend.
(2) LOVE AND THE HEIST
prod. no. 505, DPUB: 11Oct71
Producer: William P. D'Angelo
writer: Susan Harris.
director: Charles R. Rondeau
Cast: Phyllis Diller, Nanette Fabray, Hermione Gingold et al.
Hermione Gingold and Phyllis Diller play women's-lib advocates who pursue the theory of diamonds-are-a-girl's
-best-friend by burglarizing a jewelry store.
(3) LOVE AND THE TEDDY BEAR
Arlene Dahl and Don Porter are parents with a problem.

2.23 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
March 5, 1971
(1) LOVE AND THE DUEL
A weird weapon is the focus of a duel between a press agent (George Lindsey) and a Latin American (Cesar Romero).
(2) LOVE AND THE YOUNG UNMARRIEDS
prod. no. 506, DPUB: 13Sep71
Producer: William P. D'Angelo
writer: Carl Kleinschmitt.
director: Alan Rafkin
Cast: John McMartin, Mary Ann Mobley, Brad David et al.
About the unwedded bliss of two teen-agers living together. (Brad David, Jane Actman)
(3) LOVE AND THE NOTE
James Brolin as an office swinger who receives a batch of mash notes.

2.24 [--] Love, American Style: (30 min)
March 12, 1971:
(1) LOVE AND THE HOUSEKEEPER
Tale of a sloppy housewife, with Harry Guardino and Valerie Harper.
(2) LOVE AND THE GROUPIE
About a phony rock star. (Warren Berlinger, Angel Thompkins)
(3) LOVE AND WOMEN'S LIB
prod. no. 582 / DPUB: 20Jul71
producer, William P. D'Angelo
Written by Roy Kammerman
Directed by Charles R. Rondeau.
Cast: Beth Brickell, Michael Callan, Dick Gautier et al.
Michael Callan as a reporter in drag doing a story on women's lib.
(4) LOVE AND THE FUZZ
About love and a cop. (Shelley Fabares)

Barefoot In The Park (Paramount/ABC)(1970-71) starring Scoey Mitchill  & Tracy Reed

10 eps re-run in 1971-72 as a segment of the series
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Love, American Style prod. nos. 591-600.

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