CTVA US Comedy - "The Patty Duke Show" (UA-Chrislaw/ABC) (1963-66)

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The Patty Duke Show (1963-66)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Tom Alger, Rina Fox, Bob Leszczak
references:
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THE PATTY DUKE SHOW   
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Chrislaw Productions, Inc., & United Artists Television, Inc.
for
ABC (Wednesdays 8:00-8:30 pm)
Created by Sidney Sheldon and William Asher
Produced by Stanley Prager (season 2)
Produced by Bob Sweeney (season 3)

US Comedy series 1963-66 104 episodes x 30 min. bw
(3 seasons)
Starring
Patty Duke

PattyDuke1.jpg (26430 bytes)
as Patty Lane and  Cathy Lane

William Schallert as Martin Lane (Patty's father)
Jean Byron as Natalie Lane (Patty's mother)
Paul O'Keefe as Ross Lane (Patty's younger brother)
Eddie Applegate as Richard Harrison (Patty's boyfriend)
also:
John McGiver - J.R. Castle (1963-64)(Martin's boss)
Susan Melvin - Nicki Lee (1963-64)
Kitty Sullivan - Sue Ellen Turner(1963-65)(Patty's archrival)
Skip Hinnant - Ted (1963-65)(Cathy's ex-boyfriend)
Alberta Grant - Maggie (1963-65)
Kelly Wood - Gloria (1964-65)
Ann Alford - Eileen (1965-66)
Robyn Miller - Roz (1965-66)
Todd Everett - Cathy Lane's Boyfriend

[Rita McLaughlin - Patty Duke's double [uncredited]]

Premise: "The Patty Duke Show" was a sitcom about the Lane family of New York
City. The father's niece, Cathy Lane, comes to visit and is the
identical twin to her cousin Patty.

Theme music by Sid Raimin, Lyrics by Robert Wells.  Theme Song - The Patty Duke Show

PATTY DUKE: SIMPLY THE BEST
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 [--] The Patty Duke Show: (Unaired  Pilot) [verified -RL]

The Patty Duke Show - Unaired Pilot (1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show - Unaired Pilot (2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show - Unaired Pilot (3 of 3)
Cast:
Patty Duke ........ Patty Lane/Cathy Lane
Mark Miller ........ Martin Lane ((Patty's father) (William Schallert in the series)
Jean Byron ......... Natalie Lane (Patty's mother)
Eddie Applegate .... Richard Harrison (Patty's boyfriend)
Charles Herbert .... Ross Lane (Patty's younger brother) (Paul O'Keefe in the series)
Synopsis:
In the pilot, Cathy crosses the Atlantic to live with the Lane Family in San Francisco.
She has never met them, and is unaware that she is identical to Patty. After a series
of miscommunications, Cathy manages to lose Martin's job at the newspaper. Trouble
ensues when Patty's boyfriend. Richard, mistakes Cathy for Patty and gets slapped
as a result of trying to kiss her. Martin and Natalie also confused the two, leading
to a big misunderstanding between the cousins. [RL]

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ABC Wednesdays 8:00 pm
36 episodes

1.01 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE FRENCH TEACHER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1003
18Sep63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show FIRST EPISODE (Part 1 of 4)

The Patty Duke Show FIRST EPISODE (Part 2 of 4)

The Patty Duke Show FIRST EPISODE (Part 3 of 4)

The Patty Duke Show FIRST EPISODE (Part 4 of 4)
Patty's attitude toward school, and her grades, suddenly improve when
she falls in love with her handsome new French teacher.
Guest cast:
Jean Pierre Aumont (as André Malon)

1.02 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE GENIUS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1002
25Sep63

The Patty Duke Show PAUL LYNDE 1963 (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show PAUL LYNDE 1963 (Part 2 of 2)

Patty Duke Show Cut Scene From The Genius

The electronic brain that grades Patty's IQ test classifies her as a
genius. Is this purely accidental or has Patty been tampering with the
computer?
Guest cast:
Paul Lynde (as Mr. Snell)

1.03 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE ELOPEMENT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1005
2Oct63

The Patty Duke Show ELOPEMENT (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show ELOPEMENT (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show ELOPEMENT (Part 3 of 3)
Guest Cast:
John McGiver (as J. Castle)
Patty schemes to arrange a weekend for her parents at the
same fishing lodge where they spent their honeymoon.
Martin's boss J. Castle spots Patty and Richard at the license bureau
and thinks they're planning to elope. But they're actually getting a
fishing license.

1.04 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE HOUSE GUEST
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1007
9Oct63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE HOUSE GUEST uncut (1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE HOUSE GUEST uncut (2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE HOUSE GUEST uncut (3 of 3)

Guest cast:
Ilka Chase (as Aunt Pauline)
Chaos reins in the Lane household. Spinster Aunt Pauline, the family
tyrant, is due for a visit. All of auntie's household gifts have to be
hastily transported from the basement to the living room. When she arrives
arrives she immediately takes over running the house and feeding the family.


1.05 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE BIRDS AND THE BEES BIT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1008
16Oct63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show BIRDS & BEES BIT (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show BIRDS & BEES BIT (Part 2 of 2)
Guest cast:
Susan Melvin (as Nikki Lee Blake)
Ross, determined not to let a cute Southern belle sweet-talk him into
going to the dance, may have a rough time of it. His family is on her side,
and Patty & Cathy try to teach Ross all he has to know about women in two
days.

1.06 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE SLUMBER PARTY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1009
23Oct63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show SLUMBER PARTY 6th episode (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show SLUMBER PARTY 6th episode (Part 2 of 2)
The girls are planning a "Slumber Party," but kid brother Ross is not
asleep at the switch - he tapes their private conversations for
blackmail purposes and suddenly becomes king of the house.


1.07 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE BABYSITTERS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1010
30Oct63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE BABYSITTERS (1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THE BABYSITTERS (2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE BABYSITTERS (3 of 3)


When Mr. Lane refuses to pay for an evening gown for Patty, she decides
to go into the babysitting business.

1.08 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE CONQUERING HERO
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1004
6Nov63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show CHARLES NELSON REILLY (1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show CHARLES NELSON REILLY (2 of 2)
The school basketball star is moving to Michigan during the height of
the school's most successful season, so Patty suggests he live with her
until the end of the basketball seasons.

1.09 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE PRESIDENT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1011
13Nov63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PRESIDENT (Part 1 of 3) UNCUT!

The Patty Duke Show PRESIDENT (Part 2 of 3) UNCUT!

The Patty Duke Show PRESIDENT (Part 3 of 3) UNCUT!

 Patty and Cathy both want to be "The President" of the Girls' League, and
they're not above a little mudslinging.

1.10 [--] The Patty Duke Show: DOUBLE DATE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1012
20Nov63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show MARGARET HAMILTON (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show MARGARET HAMILTON (Part 2 of 2)
Guest cast:
Skip Hinnant (as Ted)
Ralph Bell (as Dr. Williams)
Cathy suddenly becomes ill on the eve of a party, so Patty decides to pass
herself off as Cathy at the party - which means she has two dates,
Richard and Craig, for the same evening.

1.11 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE ACTRESS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1013
27Nov63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE ACTRESS (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE ACTRESS (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE ACTRESS (Part 3 of 3)
The high school is putting on a lavish version of "Anthony and Cleopatra".
Patty isn't interested in competing with Cathy for the lead in the
Shakespeare production, but the director wants Patty for the
role. Cathy tries out for the lead but Patty unexpectedly gets it.

1.12 [--] The Patty Duke Show: HOW TO BE POPULAR
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1001
4Dec63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show FRANKIE AVALON (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show FRANKIE AVALON (Part 3 of 3)
Jealous that her cousin Patty is more popular than she, Cathy studies a book
on popularity to find some new ways of winning friends - with disastrous results.

1.13 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE SONGWRITERS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1006
11Dec63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show JIMMY DEAN (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show JIMMY DEAN (Part 2 of 2)
Guest cast:
Jimmy Dean (himself)
Phil Foster (Sam Cramer)
Phil McGrath (Charles Remington)
Patty uses someone else's love poem to help win Richard back from
her archrival Sue Ellen, and then Cathy sets it to music and enters it
in a songwriting contest.

1.14 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE PRINCESS CATHY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1016
18Dec63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PRINCESS CATHY (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PRINCESS CATHY (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PRINCESS CATHY (Part 3 of 3)
Cathy falls in love with a foreign royal exchange student at the high
school, but things get too serious when he proposes marriage.

1.15 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE CHRISTMAS PRESENT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1014
25Dec63 ABC

The Patty Duke Show CHRISTMAS PRESENT (Part 1 of 4)

The Patty Duke Show CHRISTMAS PRESENT (Part 2 of 4)

The Patty Duke Show CHRISTMAS PRESENT (Part 3 of 4)
Guest Cast:
John McGiver (as J.R. Castle)
Joel Crager (as Alan Miller)
Martin doesn't know how to tell Cathy that her father, a foreign
correspondent, has been imprisoned in a foreign country, and won't be
able to spend Christmas with her.

1.16 [--] The Patty Duke Show: AULD LANG SYNE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1015
1Jan64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show NEW YEARS (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show NEW YEARS (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show NEW YEARS (Part 3 of 3)
Martin's brother Kenneth sets out to write his autobiography but
discovers writing a book is more difficult than he imagined.

1.17 [--] The Patty Duke Show: HOROSCOPE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1017
8Jan64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show HOROSCOPE (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show HOROSCOPE (Part 2 of 2)
To earn money to buy her mother a birthday gift, Patty becomes an
astrologist.

1.18 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE TYCOONS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1018
15Jan64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show TYCOONS (Part 1 of 4)

The Patty Duke Show TYCOONS (Part 2 of 4)

The Patty Duke Show TYCOONS (Part 3 of 4)

The Patty Duke Show TYCOONS (Part 4 of 4)
After making a dress that turns out to be a masterpiece, Cathy decides
to start manufacturing dresses without considering the risks.

1.19 [--] The Patty Duke Show: AUTHOR!, AUTHOR!
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1019
22Jan64

The Patty Duke Show AUTHOR! AUTHOR! (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show AUTHOR! AUTHOR! (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show AUTHOR! AUTHOR! (Part 3 of 3)
Guest cast:
Jeff Siggins (as Alfred)
Roger C. Carmel (as Mr. Blair)
Patty reads a best-selling novel by a French teen-ager, and decides to
write the great American teen-age novel. She presents the viewpoint
of the American teenager and immediately gets a publishing contract.

1.20 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE CONTINENTAL
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1020
29Jan64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE CONTINENTAL (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THE CONTINENTAL (Part 2 of 2)
After Patty's father tells the family they will have to move to Paris
for a year, they begin to realize how much they appreciate their home.

1.21 [--] The Patty Duke Show: LET 'EM EAT CAKE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1021
5Feb64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show LET 'EM EAT CAKE (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show LET 'EM EAT CAKE (Part 2 of 2)
Guest cast:
Margaret Hamilton (as Mrs. Williams)
George S. Irving (Mr. Klemmerhorn)
Shannon Bolin (Mrs. Davis)
Lia Waggner (Mrs. Roberts)
After accidentally eating a cake Natalie baked for a contest, the girls
try to bake a substitute.

1.22 [--] The Patty Duke Show: GOING STEADY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1022
12Feb64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show GOING STEADY (1 of 3) UNCUT!

The Patty Duke Show GOING STEADY (2 of 3) UNCUT!

The Patty Duke Show GOING STEADY (3 of 3) UNCUT!
Patty and Richard are going steady, and their parents aren’t too happy about the situation.

1.23 [--] The Patty Duke Show: ARE MOTHERS PEOPLE?
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1023
19Feb64 ABC

THe Patty Duke Show ARE MOTHERS PEOPLE? (1 of 2)

THe Patty Duke Show ARE MOTHERS PEOPLE? (2 of 2)
NOTE: This Is a Spoof on the Title of a Popular 1930s Comedy Movie
Called "Are Parents People?"
Guest cast:
Joan Copeland (as Joan Hollis)
Natalie Lane begins to feel unwanted and devises a plan to get even
with her family for the uncaring way they have been acting. She hopes
her campaign will make the rest of the family appreciate her.

1.24 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE CON ARTIST
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1024
26Feb64

The Patty Duke Show THE CON ARTIST (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THE CON ARTIST (Part 2 of 2)
Guest cast:
Paul Reed (as Mr. Hansen)
Estelle Parsons (as Mrs. Appleton)
Sam Greene (as Mr. Rogers)
Sibyl Bowan (as Mrs. Smythe)
After a smooth-taking salesman talks Cathy into buying an expensive vacuum
cleaner for Natalie's birthday, she discovers the cost is too much for her
to handle So Patty decides they can unload it on "some other suckers."

1.25 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE PERFECT TEENAGER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1025
4Mar64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PERFECT TEENAGER (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show PERFECT TEENAGER (Part 2 of 2)
Patty concludes that she is a flop after she flunks a psychology exam
for teenagers. To overcome her deficiencies, she decides to enroll in
a course for teen-age models.

1.26 [--] The Patty Duke Show: CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1026
11Mar64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK (Part 2 of 2)
Guest cast:
Charles White (as Mr. Brewster)
Cliff Carpenter (as Mr. Rogers)
John C. Attie (as George)
Jeff Siggins (as Phillip)
Joanne Mariano (as Alice)
To increase the circulation of the school paper, Patty uses scandalous
stories which infuriate the school principal.

1.27 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CAPER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1027
18Mar64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show WEDDING ANNIVERSARY...(Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show WEDDING ANNIVERSARY...(Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show WEDDING ANNIVERSARY...(Part 3 of 3)
Guest cast:
Cliff Hall (as chief judge)
Sal Lombardo (as Hubert)
Charles C. Welch (as postman)
Bruce Kirby (as stage manager)
Ross enters a photo of Patty in a teenage beauty contest - without
telling her, to earn enough money to get his parents a wedding anniversary
gift.

1.28 [--] The Patty Duke Show: PEN PALS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1029
25Mar64

The Patty Duke Show PEN PALS (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PEN PALS (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PEN PALS (Part 3 of 3)
Guest Cast:
Peggy Lang (as Mary)
Joan Kall (as Alice)
Patty answers a pen pal ad in a teen-age magazine - unaware that her
poetic correspondent is really her boy friend Richard.

1.29 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE FRIENDSHIP BIT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1030
1Apr64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show FRIENDSHIP BIT (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show FRIENDSHIP BIT (Part 2 of 2)
Guest Cast:
Matt Crowley (as Dr. Fayer)
Skip Hinnant (as Ted)
Jeff Siggins (as Henry)
According to her doctor, Patty is allergic to Cathy and is forced to
stay far away from her cousin.

1.30 [--] The Patty Duke Show: A SLIGHT CASE OF DISASTER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1028
8Apr64 ABC

Patty Duke Show SLIGHT CASE OF DISASTER Sue Ellen Turner's debut (Part 1 of 3)

Patty Duke Show SLIGHT CASE OF DISASTER Sue Ellen Turner's debut ( Part 2 of 3)

Patty Duke Show SLIGHT CASE OF DISASTER Sue Ellen Turner's debut (Part 3 of 3)
Guest Cast:
Kitty Sullivan (as Sue Ellen)
Alberta Grant (as Mary)
Frank Behrens (as Mr. Carey)
Marijane Maricle (as saleslady)
Patty buys an expensive dress she can't afford in order to compete
with her arch rival Sue-Ellen and finds she can't return it after Cathy
stains it.

1.31 [--] The Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE FOSTER MOTHER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1031
15Apr64 ABC Wed

The Patty Duke Show PATTY FOSTER MOTHER (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY FOSTER MOTHER (Part 2 of 2)
 Guest Cast:
Delfini De Arco ........ Kim
Pat Englund ............ Mrs. Lomax
Natalie Ross ........... Mrs. Leseth
Jeff Siggins ........... Alfred
Synopsis 1:
Patty volunteers to act as a foster mother to a Korean War orphan - and
begins making personal sacrifices to keep the child supplied with food,
gifts and money.
Synopsis 2:
"Patty is put in charge of a campaign to adopt a Korean war orphan and
must explain to her parents that the boy is her son"

1.32 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE DROP OUT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1032
22Apr64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show DROP OUT (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show DROP OUT (Part 2 of 2)
Guest Cast:
David Doyle (as Mr. Harrison)
Arthur Rubin (as Pat)
Richard has decided to quit high school and look for a job - unless Patty
and her family can talk him out of it.

1.33 [--] The Patty Duke Show: LEAVE IT TO PATTY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1033
29Apr64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show LEAVE IT TO PATTY (Part 1 of 2) Sue Ellen Turner Returns...

The Patty Duke Show LEAVE IT TO PATTY (Part 2 of 2) Sue Ellen Turner Returns ...
Guest cast:
John Kenny (as Binky)
Kitty Sullivan (as Sue Ellen)
Patty is a candidate for chairwoman of the class prom and can insure her
victory by supplying a celebrity guest, but she's afraid she won't be able
to until she learns that Cathy knows English rock 'n' roll star Binky
Bristol.

1.34 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE LITTLE DICTATOR
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1034
6May64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE LITTLE DICTATOR (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THE LITTLE DICTATOR (Part 2 of 2)
Guest cast:
Charles White (as Mr. Brewster)
Alberta Grant (as Maggie)
G. Anderson (as Bill)
Cathy is appointed student principal for a week and sends in a bad
report on Patty who declares war on her cousin.

1.35 [--] The Patty Duke Show: THE WORKING GIRL
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1035
13May64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show WORKING GIRL (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show WORKING GIRL (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show WORKING GIRL (Part 3 of 3)
Guest cast:
Sammy Smith (as Anderson)
Patty's latest moneymaking venture is as a waitress in the local ice cream
parlor. But it all proves too much for Patty.

1.36[--] The Patty Duke Show: THE COUSINS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1036
20May64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE COUSINS pilot footage ORIGIN (Part 1 of 3) ...

The Patty Duke Show THE COUSINS pilot footage ORIGIN (Part 2 of 3) ...

The Patty Duke Show THE COUSINS pilot footage ORIGIN (Part 3 of 3) ...
Produced and Directed by William Asher
Written by Sidney Sheldon.
Film Editor Jack Ruggiero
Director of Photography, Harold E. Wellman
Music, Sid Raimin, Sonny Burke
Theme music by Sid Raimin, Lyrics by Robert Wells.
Guest Cast:
Phyllis Coates, Geraldine Wall, Mary Scott; John McGiver (J.B.).
Summary:
Patty and Cathy reminisce about the day Cathy arrived in America
and they met for the first time.
Note:
This is the last new show of the first season, but the entire flashback
sequence is the original pilot film for the series--never aired until now.

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ABC Wednesdays 8:00 pm
36 episodes
Produced by Stanley Prager

2.01 [37] Patty Duke Show: THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1037
16Sep64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show GREEN-EYED MONSTER (Part 1 of 2) SEASON

The Patty Duke Show GREEN-EYED MONSTER (Part 2 of 2) SEASON ...
Writen by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Stanley Prager
Guest cast:
Kevin Coughlin (as Geoffrey Davis III)
Richard tries desperately to compete with a handsome and athletic
military cadet who's dating Patty.

2.02 [38] Patty Duke Show: PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1038
23Sep64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT (Part 1 of 2) TUBA

The Patty Duke Show PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT (Part 2 of 2) TUBA
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Stanley Prager
Guest cast:
Kitty Sullivan (as Sue Ellen)
Alberta Grant (as Maggie)
Matthew Andrea (as Eddie Blake)
Patty has a lot of brass - a brand new tuba - and her practice is so far
from perfect that the Lane household has to resorts to ear plugs.

2.03 [39] Patty Duke Show: SIMON SAYS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1039
30Sep64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show SIMON SAYS (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show SIMON SAYS (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Stanley Prager
Patty writes an anonymous love lorn advice column, in the high school
newspaper. But her advice backfires and she and her friends start losing
their boyfriends when they follow the advice offered. The angry students
go out looking for the mystery writer.

2.04 [40] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE ORGANIZER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1040
7Oct64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, THE ORGANIZER (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, THE ORGANIZER (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, THE ORGANIZER (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Stanley Prager (according to copyright notice)
Director, Rod Amateau (according to UCLA)
Patty forms the UAFUM (the United Association for Unprotected Minors)
so that she and Ross can get a raise in their allowances.

2.05 [41] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE PIONEER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1041.
14Oct64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, THE PIONEER (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, THE PIONEER (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, THE PIONEER (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest cast:
Joe Silver (as Coach Edwards)
To prove that teenagers aren't spoiled, Patty tries to live the spartan
life of a pioneer for a full week. But she discovers there is more to
life than TV, hair dryers and hot water.

2.06 [42] Patty Duke Show: THE BOY NEXT DOOR
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1042
21Oct64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE BOY NEXT DOOR (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE BOY NEXT DOOR (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE BOY NEXT DOOR (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Rod Amateau
Guest Cast:
Jerry Strickler (as Scotty)
Gary Morgan (as Keith)
Patty and Cathy vie for the affection of the young man who has just moved
in next door. In fact, the competition between the two girls turns into
all-out warfare.

2.07 [43] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE PEOPLE'S VOICE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1043
28Oct64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE PEOPLE'S VOICE (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THE PEOPLE'S VOICE (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Claudio Guzman
Patty and Cathy join the politicial campaign of a friend, only to
decide his opponent is a better choice.

2.08 [44] Patty Duke Show: THE GREATEST PSYCHOLOGIST IN THE WORLD
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1044
4Nov64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE GREATEST PSYCHOLOGIST IN THE WORLD (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THE GREATEST PSYCHOLOGIST IN THE WORLD (Part 2 of 2)
Directed by David Butler
Guest Cast:
Francis Hefflin (as Miss Harvey)
Patty's convinced that if she takes the right psychological tack, her
parents can be persuaded to let her accept a Harvard man's invitation to a
prom.

2.09 [45] Patty Duke Show: PATTY AND THE PEACE CORPS
Prod no. 1045
11Nov64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY & THE PEACE CORPS (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY & THE PEACE CORPS (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Claudio Guzman
Guest Cast:
John Simpson (as Tom)
Lying about her age, Patty applies for the Peace Corps - and receives a
letter assigning her to Africa. She prepares for job by studying Swahili
and learning all about African customs, while trying to figure out a way
of telling her folks about her upcoming trip.

2.10 [46] Patty Duke Show: HOW TO SUCCEED IN ROMANCE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1046
18Nov64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show HOW TO SUCCEED IN ROMANCE (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show HOW TO SUCCEED IN ROMANCE (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show HOW TO SUCCEED IN ROMANCE (Part 3 of 3)
Produced by Stanley Prager
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Claudio Guzman
Film Editor, Budd Hamilton
Director of Photography, George J. Stoetzel
Guest Cast:
Phillip Vandervoort (as Christopher Hubbard)
Paul Blacke (as Roy)
Marcia Straussman (as Gladys)
Deidre McDermott_OR_Deirdre Daniels? (as Milly)
Cathy falls in love with shy new student, Christopher Hubbard, and seeks
advice from Patty while Chris seeks out help from Richard.

2.11 [47] Patty Duke Show: BLOCK THE STATUE
(a.k.a. "Block that Statue" - copyright title)
(credits verified on film)
Chrislaw - United Artists Television UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1047
25Nov64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show BLOCK THAT STATUE (Part 1 of 3) UNCUT!

The Patty Duke Show BLOCK THAT STATUE (Part 2 of 3) UNCUT!

The Patty Duke Show BLOCK THAT STATUE (Part 3 of 3) UNCUT!
Producer: Stanley Prager
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Claudio Guzman
*
Music by Sid Ramin
In charge of Production: Stanley Neufeld
Story supervisor: Sidney Sheldon
Assistant director: Stanley Ackerman
2nd assistant director: Nancy Littlefield
Associate Producer: John Ross
Director of photography: George J. Stoetzel a.s.c.
Art Director: Robert Gundlach
Supervising film editor: Ralph Rosenblum
Film editor: Bernard Leslie
Music Supervisor: Ethel Huber
Music Editor: Joseph Lesko
*
Guest Cast:
Sorrell Booke (as Gilbert Tugwell)
Dan Travanty (as Rock) (later Daniel J. Travanti "Hill Street Blues")
Harry Packwood (as George)
Synopsis:
The school's star football player develops a crush on Cathy - who at
first couldn't care less. [TA]

2.12 [48] Patty Duke Show: THIS LITTLE PATTY WENT TO MARKET
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1048
2Dec64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THIS LITTLE PATTY WENT TO THE MARKET (1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THIS LITTLE PATTY WENT TO THE MARKET (2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THIS LITTLE PATTY WENT TO THE MARKET (3 of 3)
Written by Austin and Irma Kalish
Directed by Claudio Guzman
Guest Cast:
Haywood Hale Broun (as Fleming)
Judianne Johnson (as Mary)
Edmund Gaynes (as Pete)
Patty sells stock in her new apricot jam business and discovers that big
business and Patty Lane, Inc. have too many pitfalls for her to handle.

2.13 [49] Patty Duke Show: THE BEST DATE IN TOWN
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1049
9Dec64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show BEST DATE IN TOWN (1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show BEST DATE IN TOWN (2 of 2)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Stanley Prager
Guest Cast:
Dana Eclar (as Henry Anderson)
Patty is looking forward to taking her dad to the father-daughter dance
- and Martin doesn't know how to tell her that he'll be out of town that
weekend. When he does, she decides to make things miserable for her
dear old dad.

2.14 [50] Patty Duke Show: CAN DO PATTY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1050
16Dec64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show CAN DO PATTY (1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show CAN DO PATTY (2 of 2)

Directed by Claudio Guzman
Guest Cast:
Rae Allen (as Mrs. McClintock)
Alice Rawlings (as Alice)
Synopsis 1:
Martin tells Patty to channel her energies into getting things done
instead of avoiding them, and Patty takes the advice to heart: She begins
ordering people around to get things accomplished.
Synopsis 2:
Patty's father suggests Patty concentrate on her schoolwork and chores only
to find Patty has involved the whole family in her school projects

2.15 [51] Patty Duke Show: HI, SOCIETY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1051
23Dec64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show HI, SOCIETY (1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show HI, SOCIETY (2 of 2)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Claudio Guzman
Guest Cast:
Kitty Sullivan (as Sue Ellen) (recurring)
Dan Ferrone (as Woodrow Warren Caldwell III)
Dorothy Peterson (as Mrs. Caldwell)
Frances Chaney (as Mrs. Turner)
Hope Cameron (as lady helper)
Jon Richards (as Pringle)
Clifford Arashi (as Kimo)
Smashingly handsome Woodrow Warren Caldwell III transferred to Brooklyn
Heights High from a posh Connecticut boarding school and Patty and Sue Ellen
are engaged in a battle for his favor.

2.16 [52] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE WITNESS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1052
30Dec64 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY THE WITNESS (1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY THE WITNESS (2 of 2)

Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Claudio Guzman
Guest Cast:
Barney Martin (as Mr. McDonald)
Clifford Carpenter (as defense attorney)
After Patty witnesses an auto accident, she mistakes a man taking his
pregnant wife to the hospital for a gangster - and then lives out a
fantasy that his mob is after her to keep her from talking.

2.17 [53] Patty Duke Show: EVERY GIRL SHOULD BE MARRIED
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1053
6Jan65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show EVERY GIRL SHOULD BE MARRIED (1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show EVERY GIRL SHOULD BE MARRIED (2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show EVERY GIRL SHOULD BE MARRIED (3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Cast:
Frank Sinatra Jr. (as David Stone)
Patty mistakenly believes her parents are trying to marry her off when they
invite a young professor to dinner.

2.18 [54] Patty Duke Show: THE PERFECT HOSTESS
Prdo. no. 1054 
13Jan65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE PERFECT HOSTESS Cousin Betsy(1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THE PERFECT HOSTESS Cousin Betsy(2 of 2)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Stanley Prager
Guest Cast:
Jeff Siggins (as George)
George Gaynes (as Gaylord)
Francis Heflin (as Cissy)
Patty Duke plays triple roles tonight - Patty Lane, Cathy and distant
cousin Betsy from Chattanooga. Patty and Cathy find that charming Betsy a
little too charming with Richard and George.

2.19 [55] Patty Duke Show: PATTY MEETS A CELEBRITY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1055
20Jan65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show CELEBRITY (Part 1 of 3) UNCUT!

The Patty Duke Show CELEBRITY (Part 2 of 3) UNCUT!

The Patty Duke Show CELEBRITY (Part 3 of 3) UNCUT!
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Cast:
Sal Mineo (as himself)
Peter Collins (as Layton)
Mort Marshall (as Colin Harvey)
James Coco (as the director)
Kelly Wood (as Gloria)
To her dismay Patty learns that Cathy has been chosen to escort Sal
Mineo around Brooklyn Heights High School.

2.20 [56] The Patty Duke Show: THE RAFFLE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1056
27Jan65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE RAFFLE (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THE RAFFLE (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Claudio Guzman
Guest Cast:
Jean Stapleton (as Mrs. Pollack)
Kelly Wood (as Gloria)
Marcia Strassman (as Adeline)
Lisa Ackerman (as Mary)
Sammy Smith (as Sam)
Harry Packwood (as George)
Donna Jean (as girl)
Patty plans to raise money for a church bazaar by raffling off her boyfriend
Richard.

2.21 [57] Patty Duke Show: PATTY AND THE NEWSPAPER GAME
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1057
3Feb65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show NEWSPAPER GAME (PART 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show NEWSPAPER GAME (PART 2 of 2)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Don Weis
Guest cast:
Bobby Vinton (George Reynolds)
Ralph Bell (William Smathers)
Patty's father thinks a new reporter has been hired to replace him on the
paper, but in reality he is only there to make it possible for him to go
on a much-needed vacation.
Patty starts working part-time in Martin's newspaper office so she can
get to know George, the publisher's nephew.

2.22 [58] Patty Duke Show: LITTLE BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1058
10Feb65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show LITTLE BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU (1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show LITTLE BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU (2 of 2)
Written by Ed Jurist
Directed by D. Davis
Guest Cast:
Alan Cable (as Stanley)
Arthur Sussex (as Joey)
The Lanes decide Ross is too old for another surprise birthday party and
plan to take him to a movie, unaware that Ross expected the party and
invited all his friends over.

2.23 [59] Patty Duke Show: PATTY PITS WITS - TWO BRITS HITS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1059
17Feb65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY PITS WITS... (Part 1 of 3 ...

The Patty Duke Show PATTY PITS WITS... (Part 2 of 3 ...

The Patty Duke Show PATTY PITS WITS... (Part 3 of 3 ...
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by William Colleran _OR S. Colleran?
Guest Cast:
Chad Stuart (as Nigel)
Jeremy Clyde (as Patrick)
Phil Leeds (as Danny Leonard)
Patty "discovers" a singing duo on the school radio, and decides to lead
them to fame and fortune. British rock 'n' rollers Chad and Jeremy are the
special guests.

2.24 [60] Patty Duke Show: IT TAKES A HEAP OF LIVIN'
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1060
24Feb65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show IT TAKES A HEAP OF LIVIN' (PART 1 of  2)

The Patty Duke Show IT TAKES A HEAP OF LIVIN' (PART 2 of 2)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Don Weis
Guest cast:
Judith Lowry (as Miss Tansy)
David Hurst (as Dennis LaTouche)
Margaret Brewster (as Mrs. Outerbridge)
Chris Gampel (as Mr. Bigelow)
Walter Klavun (as Mr. Wiley)
Neighborly Miss Tansy reveals that the Lane's home was used by the
beautiful Jane Prescott during the American Revolution. The Lanes
discover that because their beloved house is a historical landmark they
may have to move out.

2.25 [61] Patty Duke Show: WILL THE REAL SAMMY DAVIS PLEASE HANG UP?
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1061
3Mar65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show SAMMY DAVIS PLEASE HANG UP (Part 1 of 3) ...

The Patty Duke Show SAMMY DAVIS PLEASE HANG UP (Part 2 of 3) ...

The Patty Duke Show SAMMY DAVIS PLEASE HANG UP (Part 3 of 3) ...

 Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Sammy Davis Jr. (as himself)
Peter Lawford (as himself)
Alan Manson (as Mike Garson)
Arthur Rubin (as Mr. Brown)
Harry Packwood (as George)
Susan Anspach (as Susan)
Albert M. Ottenheimer (as Reilly)
Mary Boylan (as flower lady)
Sammy Davis Jr. makes a rare TV acting appearance in "Will the Real Sammy
Davis Please Hang Up?" Patty's elected to get hold of a big-name star for
the school prom.

2.26 [62] Patty Duke Show: DON'T MONKEY WITH MENDEL
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1062
10Mar65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show DON'T MONKEY WITH MENDEL (Part 1 of 3 ...

The Patty Duke Show DON'T MONKEY WITH MENDEL (Part 2 of 3 ...

The Patty Duke Show DON'T MONKEY WITH MENDEL (Part 3 of 3 ...

Written by G. Abrams
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Robert Goulet (as Gregory Noble)
Kitty Sullivan (as Sue Ellen)
Nicholas Cortland (as Kenney)
Patty decides to find a husband with a perfect family background.
After she investigates Richard's hereditary traits, she comes to
the conclusion that he would be unacceptable as father of her children.

2.27 [63] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE PRACTICAL JOKER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1063
17Mar65 ABC
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Howard Morris (according to copyright notice)
Directed by Don Weis (according to UCLA)
After Ross puts a frog in Patty's bed, she and Ross compete in a
never-ending series of practical jokes. Meanwhile the rest of the family
is caught in the middle.

2.28 [64] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE MASTER BUILDER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1064
24Mar65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY MASTER BUILDER (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY MASTER BUILDER (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY MASTER BUILDER (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by David Butler
Guest Cast:
Sal Lombardo (as Joey)
David Clarke (as Mr. Edwards)
"Patty, the Master Builder" goes to work when she reads a composition
on Ross's desk, which praises the author's sister for building him a
midget racing car.

2.29 [65] Patty Duke Show: PATTY AND THE CUT-RATE CASANOVA
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1065
31Mar65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show CUT RATE CASANOVA (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show CUT RATE CASANOVA (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show CUT RATE CASANOVA (Part 3 of 3)

Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Howard Morris
Guest Cast:
John C. Attle (as Luke)
Kitty Sullivan (as Sue Ellen)
Patty deserts Richard for Carlos, a boy who knows the latest dance steps,
and whose father owns a dance studio. Richard gets even by dating Cathy.

2.30 [66] Patty Duke Show: THE DAUGHTER BIT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1066
7Apr65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show DAUGHTER BIT (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show DAUGHTER BIT (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show DAUGHTER BIT (Part 3 of 3)

Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by S. Colleran
Guest cast:
Kitty Sullivan (as Sue Ellen)(recurring)
Harry Packwood (as George)
Patty begins to feel guilty when her father complains that she doesn't
spend enough time with the family.

2.31 [67] Patty Duke Show: CATHY, THE REBEL
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1067
14Apr65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show CATHY THE REBEL (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show CATHY THE REBEL (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show CATHY THE REBEL (Part 3 of 3)

Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by James Sheldon
Guest cast:
Skip Hinnant (as Ted)
Susan Anspach (as Susan)
Ralph Bell (as Smathers)
Jane Hoffman (as Miss Hewitt)
Leslie Barrett (as mailman)
Scott Glenn (as waiter)
Cathy writes an anonymous letter criticizing Martin's editorial about a
college prank.

2.32 [68] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE FOLK SINGER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1068
21Apr65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show FOLK SINGER (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show FOLK SINGER (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show FOLK SINGER (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Cast:
David Doyle (as Jonathan)
Arnold Soboloff (as poet)
"Patty, the Folk Singer" makes her debut at a local coffee house, but
finds that the road to stardom is cluttered with tables to wait on and
dishes to wash.

2.33 [69] The Patty Duke Show: WHAT'S COOKING, COUSIN?
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1069
28Apr65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show WHAT'S COOKING, COUSIN? (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show WHAT'S COOKING, COUSIN? (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by James Sheldon
Patty tries to improve her cooking skills to win over Richard who
has acquired a taste for fine French food

2.34 [70] Patty Duke Show: TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1070.
5May65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by James Sheldon
Guest Cast:
John Randolph (Coach Johnson)
Conrad Yama (Momatoro)
Ross wants to be a baseball pitcher, so the whole family pitches in to
help him win a position on the Little League baseball team.

2.35 [71] Patty Duke Show: MY COUSIN, THE HEROINE
aka - My Cousin, the Hero
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1071
12May65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show MY COUSIN, THE HEROINE (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show MY COUSIN, THE HEROINE (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show MY COUSIN, THE HEROINE (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Don Weis
Patty's proud of Cathy for leaping into the lake to save a drowning boy,
but her admiration turns to jealously as the praise pours.

2.36 [72] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE CHATTERBOX
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1072
19May65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY THE CHATTERBOX (Part 1 of 3) 2ND SEASON FINALE

The Patty Duke Show PATTY THE CHATTERBOX (Part 2 of 3) 2ND SEASON FINALE

The Patty Duke Show PATTY THE CHATTERBOX (Part 3 of 3) 2ND SEASON FINALE
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Cast:
Judy Jenson (as Nancy)
John C. Attie (as Peter)
Francis Chaney (as Miss Blake)
Kelly Wood (as Gloria)
Martin offers Patty an extra week's allowance if she can refrain from
talking for three days.

############ The Patty Duke Show #############
############## season 3 1965-66 ##############
############### (final season) ###############
ABC Wednesdays 8:00 pm
32 episodes
Produced by Bob Sweeney
Regular cast:
Patty Duke (as Patty and Cathy Lane)
Eddie Applegate (as Richard Harrison)
William Schallert (as Martin Lane)
Jean Byron (as Natalie Lane)
Paul O'Keffe (as Ross Lane)
Note: A few of the 3rd season episodes don't feature the "Cathy" character,
but they still have the "identical cousins" theme song.

3.01 [73] Patty Duke Show: A FOGGY DAY IN BROOKLYN HEIGHTS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1073
15Sep65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show FRANKIE AVALON (year 3) Part 1 of 2

The Patty Duke Show FRANKIE AVALON (year 3) Part 2 of 2
Written by Roswell Rogers
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest cast:
Frankie Avalon (as himself)
Robyn Millan (as Roz)
Natalie Masters (as Mrs. Marlow)
Frank Parks (as Marlow)
The big luau has been rained out, and Patty is settling down to a dull
evening with Richard - until Frankie Avalon's car breaks down in front
of the house. When he rings Patty's doorbell to use the phone Patty's
not about to let her idol get away so soon.

3.02 [74] Patty Duke Show: OPERATION - TONSILS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1074
22Sep65 ABC (Network Re-run 11May66)

Patty Duke Show Operation tonsils pt 1

Operation tonsils pt 2

Operation tonsils pt 3
Written by Ted and Mathilde Ferro
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest cast:
Troy Donahue (as Dr. George Morgan)
K.T. Stevens (as Nurse Bates)
Robyn Miller (as Roz)
Laura Peters (as Monica)
Mary Lansing (as Nurse Peters)
Patty's dismay over having her tonsils removed evaporates when she meets
George Morgan, a doctor she considers "even better looking than Troy
Donahue".

3.03 [75] Patty Duke Show: PARTYING IS SUCH SWEET SORROW
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1074
29Sep65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PARTYING (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PARTYING (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PARTYING (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Ed Jurist
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest cast:
Harold Peary (as Uncle Howard)
Laura Barton (as Monica)
Hank Jones (as Norman)
The Shindigs
When Patty learns that Richard is going to a record hop without her,
she decides to throw a party the same night - with live music. Patty sings
"I'm Henry VIII, I Am" and "Funny Little Butterfiles," a song from her new
movie "Billie". The Shindigs do "Hard Rock" and "Rock On."

3.04 [76] Patty Duke Show: THE GUEST
Prod no. 1076
6Oct65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE GUEST (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE GUEST (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE GUEST (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sid Morse
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest Cast:
Stuffy Singer (as Fred)
Ann Alford (as Eileen)
The Lane's family's routine is disrupted when Patty invites Richard to
be her house guest for a week.

3.05 [77] Patty Duke Show: OUR DAUGHTER, THE ARTIST
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1077
13Oct65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show OUR DAUGHTER, THE ARTIST (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show OUR DAUGHTER, THE ARTIST (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Bruce Bilson (according to copyright notice)
Directed by Gary Nelson (according to UCLA)
Guest Cast:
Jerry Hausner (as Blodgett)
Ronnie Schell (as Louis)
Natalie Masters (as Mrs. Marlow)
Robyn Millan (as Roz) (recurring)
Ann Alford (as Eileen)
Patty launches a career as a painter when Martin and Natalie lavish a
little too much praise on her pop art creation.

3.06 [78] Patty Duke Show: PATTY'S PRIVATE PYGMALION
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1078
20Oct65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY'S PRIVATE PYGMALIAN (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY'S PRIVATE PYGMALIAN (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY'S PRIVATE PYGMALIAN (Part 3 of 3)
Directed by Gary Nelson
Guest Cast:
Carol Shelyne (as Marcia Mason)
Ann Alford (as Eileen)
Duke Howard (as Al)
"Patty's Private Pygmalion" is Marcia Mason, a high school girl who's
shy and self-deprecating - until Patty decides to give her lessons in
self-confidence. Bespectacled "Shindig" dancer Carol Shelyne makes her
acting debut as Marcia.

3.07 [79] Patty Duke Show: THE GIRL FROM N.E.P.H.E.W.
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1079
27Oct65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show SPY 007 NEPHEW (Part 1 0f 3)

The Patty Duke Show SPY 007 NEPHEW (Part 2 0f 3)

The Patty Duke Show SPY 007 NEPHEW (Part 3 0f 3)
Written by Sam Locke & Joel Rapp
Directed by Gary Nelson
Guest Cast:
Murray Rose (as David Matson)
Hannie Landmen (as Irene Wilson)
Donald Lawton (as headwaiter)
Milton Frome (as movie manager)
An Interpol agent is visiting the Lanes, and Patty suspects that the
agent's girl friend is a counterspy.

3.08 [80] The Patty Duke Show: I'LL BE SUING YOU
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1080
3Nov65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show I'LL BE SUING YOU (Part 1 of 2 ...

The Patty Duke Show I'LL BE SUING YOU (Part 2 of 2 ...
Written by Mort Green
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Cast:
Bryon Foulger (as Tomkins)
Helen Kleeb (as Mrs. Tomkins)
Ned Glass (as Lewis)
Summary 1:
Patty has a big problem: she's the only witness to an automobile
accident in which boy friend Richard was a fault.
Summary 2:
Richard borrows his father's car and has his first accident and is promptly
handed a 10,000 dollar lawsuit he believes to be the work of a swindler"

3.09 [81] Patty Duke Show: PATTY AND THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1081
10Nov65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY & THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY & THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY & THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Ben Gershman and Bill Freedman
Directed by Gary Nelson
Patty, acting as Cathy, tests Richard to see how he will react to interest
from another girl and to her surprise, he invites the imitation Cathy out
for a date.

3.10 [82] Patty Duke Show: SICK IN BED
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1082
17Nov65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show SICK IN BED (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show SICK IN BED (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show SICK IN BED (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Ed Jurist
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest cast:
Steve Franken (as Bob Holton)
Hank Jones (as Freddy Marshall)
Patty is running a temperature - just high enough to convince everyone
(except Patty) that she's sick and should stay home in bed. Tonight Patty
Duke plays Patty, but not Cathy - the first time she's stepped out of her
usual dual-character role characterization in this series.

3.11 [83] Patty Duke Show: ROSS, THE PEACEMAKER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1083
24Nov65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show ROSS THE PEACEMAKER (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show ROSS THE PEACEMAKER (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show ROSS THE PEACEMAKER (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Ed Jurist
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest cast:
Flip Mark (as Eddie)
Ross tries to patch up the feud between Patty and Richard.

3.12 [84] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE CANDY STRIPER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1084
1Dec65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, CANDY STRIPER (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, CANDY STRIPER (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY, CANDY STRIPER (Part 3 of 3)
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest cast:
Stanley Farrar (as Dr. Fenneman)
Mickey Deems (as Prof. Heinrich Schroeder)
Willis Bouchey (as T. J. Blodgett)
Summary 1:
Martin checks into the hospital with a possible fracture - on the same
day that Patty begins work there as a nurse's aid.
Summary 2:
Candy-striper Patty annoys hospitalized Richard.

3.13 [85] Patty Duke Show: PATTY MEETS THE GREAT OUTDOORS
(title on copyright notice)
aka "Cathy Meets the Great Outdoors"
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1085
8Dec65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY MEETS THE GREAT OUTDOORS (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY MEETS THE GREAT OUTDOORS (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY MEETS THE GREAT OUTDOORS (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Ben Gershman and Bill Freedman
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest Cast:
James Brolin (Hank)
Kim Carnes (Joan)
Patty develops a sudden interest in nature study and camping after the
handsome painter next door tells her he is a forestry student.

3.14 [86] Patty Duke Show: CATHY LEAVES HOME - BUT NOT REALLY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1086
15Dec65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show CATHY LEAVES HOME, BUT NOT REALLY (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show CATHY LEAVES HOME, BUT NOT REALLY (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Sid Morse and Roy Kammerman
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest cast:
Beverly Washburn (Cynthia)
Mickey Deems (doctor)
Stuffy Singer (Doug)
Don Diamond (Latin Man)
To prove to herself the Lanes will not let her leave home, Cathy applies
for an exchange student scholarship in Argentina, but the plan backfires
when the family is in favor of the idea -- at least, that's what they want
Cathy to believe.
Colette Daiute, Miss Teenage America of 1966, also makes a guest appearance.

3.15 [87] Patty Duke Show: THE HISTORY PAPER CAPER
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1087
22Dec65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE HISTORY PAPER CAPER (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE HISTORY PAPER CAPER (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE HISTORY PAPER CAPER (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Joseph Hoffman
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest cast:
Frank Killmond (as Henry)
Robyn Millan (as Roz)
Summary 1:
Patty tries to con a student known as "The Brain" into writing her term
paper.
Summary 2:
Patty manoeuvres a history whiz to write a term report for her and lets
her conscience pay the price.

3.16 [88] Patty Duke Show: A VERY PHONE-Y SITUATION
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1088
29Dec65 ABC

The Patty Duke Show A VERY PHON-Y SITUATION (Part 1 of 2 ...

The Patty Duke Show A VERY PHON-Y SITUATION (Part 2 of 2 ...
Written by Sam Locke and Joel Rapp
Directed by Gary Nelson
Guest cast:
Peggy Rea (as Harriet Ralston)
Jonathan Hole (as Jack Ralston)
Tommy Farrell (as Jim)
Martin Lane has had it with the phone situation at home and restricts
everyone to 15-minute call, but the family feels this is unfair.

3.17 [89] Patty Duke Show: ROSS RUNS AWAY - BUT NOT FAR
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1089
5Jan66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show ROSS RUNS AWAY--BUT NOT FAR (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show ROSS RUNS AWAY--BUT NOT FAR (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show ROSS RUNS AWAY--BUT NOT FAR (Part 3 of 3)
Written by William Raynor and Myles Wilder
Directed by Gary Nelson
With Natalie and Martin away on a trip, Ross finds Patty's supervision
annoying - so he makes plans to run away.

3.18 [90] Patty Duke Show: POPPO'S BIRTHDAY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1090
12Jan66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show POPPO'S BIRTHDAY (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show POPPO'S BIRTHDAY (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Ed Jurist and Sam Locke
Directed by Gary Nelson
Guest cast:
Tommy Farrell (as Jim Frazer)
Ken Lynch (as Police Sergeant)
Martin uses a pocket-knife advertisement to hint at what he wants for
his birthday, but Patty reads the wrong side: an ad for a $99.50 hunting
rifle, and the family sets out to earn the sum $99.50 to buy it for him.

3.19 [91] Patty Duke Show: ANYHERE I HANG MY HORN IS HOME
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1091
19Jan66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show DICK GAUTIER 1966 (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show DICK GAUTIER 1966 (Part 2 of 2)

 Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Gary Nelson
Guest Cast:
Dick Gautier
When Patty invites an out of work jazz musician over for a meal, he decides
to make the Lane home his permanent residence.

3.20 [92] Patty Duke Show: THE GREATEST SPEAKER IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1092
26Jan66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE GREATEST SPEAKER IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORD (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE GREATEST SPEAKER IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE GREATEST SPEAKER IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD (Part 3 of 3)
Written Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Gary Nelson
Synopsis 1:
Mr. Lane plans to teach Patty a lesson when she commits him to speak
before her class without checking with him first. (Newspaper listing)
Synopsis 2:
Patty drafts her entire family in her campaign to get a date with
Chuck Farrell. (TV Guide)(possibly a summary of a different episode)

3.21 [93] Patty Duke Show: BIG SISTER IS WATCHING
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1093
2Feb66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show BIG SISTER IS WATCHING (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show BIG SISTER IS WATCHING (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show BIG SISTER IS WATCHING (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest cast:
Les Brown Jr. (as Alan Mitchell)
Patty patches up a quarrel between Ross and a bully, who is a new boy in
town - in the interest of peace, love, understanding and a possible romance
with the newcomer's handsome older brother.

3.22 [94] Patty Duke Show: PATTY LEADS A DOG'S LIFE
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1094
9Feb66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY LEADS A DOG'S LIFE (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY LEADS A DOG'S LIFE (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY LEADS A DOG'S LIFE (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Bruce Bilson
To earn extra money, Patty takes up dog sitting. She ends up feeding the
animals steak and giving them bubble baths.

3.23 [95] Patty Duke Show: TOO YOUNG AND FOOLISH TO GO STEADY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1095
16Feb66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show TOO YOUNG AND FOOLISH TO GO STEADY (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show TOO YOUNG AND FOOLISH TO GO STEADY (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Guest Cast:
John Wolf (as Roddy)
Shannon Gaughan (as Cynthia)
Bobby Diamond (as Louie)
Ray Kellogg (as guard)
Summary 1:
Patty makes a mistake and drops Richard who is suddenly a free man
pursued by all of Patty's girlfriends. So Patty invents an older admirer
to make Richard jealous. (newpaper listing)
Summary 2:
Patty's devotion to Richard is shaken when Roddy Dawson, captain of the
football team, asks her for a date. (TV Guide) (possibly a summary of
a different episode)

3.24 [96] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE DIPLOMAT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1096
23Feb66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show PATTY THE DIPLOMAT (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY THE DIPLOMAT (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show PATTY THE DIPLOMAT (Part 3 of 3)
Written Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest cast:
Mike Road (as Harold Raney)
Jerry Hausner (as mailman)
Kathy Garver (as Monica)
As a class assignment, Patty must write a letter to a government official.
So she writes a letter to the Russian Ambassador, causing confusion between
her family, school and the United States government.

3.25 [97] Patty Duke Show: DO YOU TRUST YOUR DAUGHTER?
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1097
2Mar66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show DO YOU TRUST YOUR DAUGHTER? (Part 1 of 3 ...

The Patty Duke Show DO YOU TRUST YOUR DAUGHTER? (Part 2 of 3 ...

The Patty Duke Show DO YOU TRUST YOUR DAUGHTER? (Part 3 of 3 ...
Written by Ed Jurist
Directed by Gary Nelson
Synopsis 1:
Patty is dating an older man and her parents don't approve and ground her
for two weeks, sending Patty into a rage
Synopsis 2:
Patty tries to prove she didn't miss curfew.

3.26 [98] Patty Duke Show: A VISIT FROM UNCLE JED
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1098
9Mar66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show A VISIT FROM UNCLE JED (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show A VISIT FROM UNCLE JED (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show A VISIT FROM UNCLE JED (Part 3 of 3)

Written by Arnold Horwitt
Directed by Gary Nelson
Guest Cast:
Kathy Garver (as Monica)
Robyn Millan (as Roz) (recurring)
Cathy sends Patty a formal gown from Paris, and Patty, who wants to show
it off right away, decides to hold a formal dinner party. But Patty's
banjo-playing Uncle Jed pays a visit, disrupting Patty's plans for the
party.
William Schallert plays duals roles of Patty's father Martin and
look-a-like Uncle Joe.

3.27 [99] Patty Duke Show: PATTY, THE PSYCHIC
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1099
16Mar66 ABC
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Gary Nelson
Guest cast:
Elvia Allman (as Mme. Olga)
Ken Lynch (as Detective Gregory)
Patty's experiments in E.S.P. (extrasensory perception) convince her that
she can read minds and predict the future. She surprises her family by
actually foreseeing events in the lives of her friends and family.

3.28 [100] Patty Duke Show: DON'T BANK ON IT
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1100
23Mar66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show DON'T BANK ON IT (Part 1 of 3 ...

The Patty Duke Show DON'T BANK ON IT (Part 2 of 3 ...

The Patty Duke Show DON'T BANK ON IT (Part 3 of 3 ...
Written by Phil Sharp
Directed by Harry Falk, Jr.
Patty loses the money her father instructed her to deposit in the bank and
learns a lesson in responsibility.

[--] 30Mar66 ABC : pre-empted for a Hanna-Barbara
"Alice in Wonderland" special.


3.29 [101] Patty Duke Show: THE THREE LITTLE KITTENS
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1101
6Apr66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THREE LITTLE KITTENS (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show THREE LITTLE KITTENS (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Ed Jurist
Directed by Harry Falk, Jr.
Guest cast:
Clint Howard (Ralphie)
Herb Ellis (Ralphie's father)
William Christopher (man on phone)
Patty and Ross buy three kittens and are faced with the task of reselling
the kittens before they grow up to be full-grown cats.

3.30 [102] Patty Duke Show: FIANCEE FOR A DAY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1102
13Apr66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show FIANCEE FOR A DAY (Part 1 of 2)

The Patty Duke Show FIANCEE FOR A DAY (Part 2 of 2)
Written by Ed Jurist
Directed by Harry Falk, Jr.
Guest Cast:
Judy Carne
Richard and Patty decide they will marry right after graduation, but they
don't tell their parents and a financially strapped couple advises Patty
not to wed.

3.31 [103] Patty Duke Show: THE INVISIBLE BOY
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1103
20Apr66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show THE INVISIBLE BOY (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE INVISIBLE BOY (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show THE INVISIBLE BOY (Part 3 of 3)

Written by Clifford Goldsmith
Directed by Gary Nelson
Summary 1:
Patty and her friend Chuck plan a quiet evening together but are constantly
interrupted by Ross.
Summary 2:
Patty helps a boy so he will take her out.

3.32 [104] Patty Duke Show: DO A BROTHER A FAVOR (final episode)
UA-Chrislaw prod. no. 1104
27Apr66 ABC

The Patty Duke Show DO A BROTHER A FAVOR (Part 1 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show DO A BROTHER A FAVOR (Part 2 of 3)

The Patty Duke Show DO A BROTHER A FAVOR (Part 3 of 3)
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Gary Nelson
Guest Cast:
Aron Kincaid
Summary:
Patty agrees to help Ross become a Tiger Club member by dating the president.

PATTY DUKE on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 1985

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The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 1 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 2 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 3 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 4 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 5 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 6 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 7 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 8 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

The Patty Duke Show REUNION MOVIE (Part 9 of 9) FULL CAST 1999

 

Patty Duke Bio (Part 1 of 4)

Patty Duke Bio (Part 2 of 4)

Patty Duke Bio (Part 3 of 4)

Patty Duke Bio (Part 4 of 4)

 

Patty Duke INTIMATE PORTRAIT (Part 1 of 4)

Patty Duke INTIMATE PORTRAIT (Part 2 of 4)

Patty Duke INTIMATE PORTRAIT (Part 3 of 5)

Patty Duke INTIMATE PORTRAIT (Part 4 of 5)

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