CTVA US Comedy - "The Queen and I" (Bing Crosby Prod./CBS) (1969) starring Larry Storch

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The Queen and I (1969)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Tom Alger, John King, Robert Leszczak
references:
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THE QUEEN AND I
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Bing Crosby Productions, Inc. (BCP)
for
CBS (Thursdays 7:30 pm EST)
Produced by Edward H. Feldman
US Comedy series 1969 13 episodes x 30 min color
starring
Larry Storch as Charles Duffy
Billy DeWolfe as Oliver Nelson
Carl Ballantine as Becker
Pat Morita as Barney
Barbara Stuart as Wilma Winslow
Dave Morick as Max Kowalski
Liam Dunn as Capt. Washburn
Dave Willock as Ozzie
Reginald Owen as Commodore "Doodles" Dodds

Premise:
Fun aboard the pleasure cruise the "Amsterdam Queen".
Background:
A mid-season replacement for "Blondie"

Larry Storch alsostarred in ...

"Cavalcade Of Stars" (DuMont) (Summer 1951 & 1952) Hosted by Larry Storch

"The Larry Storch Show" (CBS)(Summer 1953)(60 min Music Variety series)

"F Troop" (WB/ABC)(1965-67)(comedy western series)  starring Forrest Tucker, Ken Berry, Larry Storch

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CBS Thursdays 7:30 pm Eastern
Premiere Air Date 16Jan69

 1.1 [--] The Queen and I: DUFFY'S CRUISE (Debut Episode)
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 11Jan69)
16Jan69 CBS Thur
Producer/ Director: Edward H. Feldman
Written by Laurence Marks and Arthur Julian
Created by Howard Leeds
Starring:
Larry Storch,
With: Billy DeWolfe, Carl Ballantine, Dave Willock, Pat Morita,
Barbara Stuart, Liam Dunn, Reginald Owen (as Doodles)
Guest Cast:
Jocelyn Lane ......... Sandy Blair
Dick Wilson .......... Man
Natalie Masters ...... Woman
Maurice Marsac ....... Maitre d'
Jack Riley ........... Quartermaster
Chet Stratton ........ Forsythe (recurring)
Diana Chesney ........ Saleslady
Janet Clark .......... Old Maid
Frances Spanier ...... Mrs. Wolfe
John Stephenson ...... Mr. Wolfe
Victoria Carroll ..... Tipsy Lady
Synopsis 1:
Duffy works out a super scheme to keep the ship afloat and its wacky crew members solvent. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Larry Storch stars in this half-hour comedy series set aboard an aging
oceanliner headed for the scrap yard. Tonight: Duffy works out a
super scheme to keep the ship afloat and its wacky crew members solvent. [JK]

[02] The Queen and I: THE NO-CRUISE CRUISE
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 16Jan69)
23Jan69 CBS Thur

[03] The Queen and I: THE PROMOTION
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 23Jan69)
30Jan69 CBS Thur
Starring:
Larry Storch,
With: Billy DeWolfe, Barbara Stuart
Guest Cast:
Alice Ghostley (as the commodore's secratary)
Chet Stratton (as Officer Forsythe) (recurring)
Duffy (Larry Storch) romances the commodore's secratary as he tries
to get meddlesome First Officer Nelson (Billy DeWolfe) promoted off
the "Amstersdam Queen" - and off his back. [TA]

[04] The Queen and I: REQUIEM FOR BECKER
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 29Jan69)
06Feb69 CBS Thur
Starring:
Larry Storch,
With: Billy DeWolfe, Carl Ballantine, Liam Dunn, Dave Morick,
Barbara Stuart
Guest Cast:
Mary Wickes (as Hazel Becker)
All hands conspire to hide Becker from his money-hungry wife . . .
but a whole new set of problems erupts when it's when it's assumed
that the steward has been lost at sea. [TA]

[05] The Queen and I: WHO'S HOLDING THE BAG?
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 06Feb69)
13Feb69 CBS Thur
Marj Dusay (as Stella)
Synopsis:
Duffy and two smugglers are after First Officer Nelson's little black bag. [JK]


[--] 20Feb69 Pre-empted: Peanuts "He's Your Dog Charlie Brown" [JK]

[06] The Queen and I: DUFFY AGAINST THE COMPUTER
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 20Feb69)
27Feb69 CBS Thur
Guest Cast:
Parley Baer (as Palmer)
Brad Stevens (as Ping Pong Player)
Madge Cleveland (as Lady in Lounge)
Janet Clark (as Mrs. Schager)
Synopsis:
Duffy tries to short circuit a computer that could show up
the crew's incompetence. [JK]

[07] The Queen and I: WHO AM I TALKING TO?
copyright date 29Feb69

[08] The Queen and I: MY KARATE LIES OVER THE OCEAN
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 6Mar69)
13Mar69 CBS Thur
Starring:
Larry Storch,
With: Pat Morita, Billy DeWolfe,
Barbara Stuart, Liam Dunn, Carl Ballantine,
Guest Cast:
Larry Hovis (as Krimpton)
Synopsis:
To bolster the ego of the ship's cook, Duffy pays a karate champ to
take a dive in a bout with him. The scheme works too well; the cook
becomes an aficianado, and the Queen reverberates with athletic grunts. [TA]

[09] The Queen and I: HOSSFEATHERS
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 13Mar69)
20Mar69 CBS Thur

[10] The Queen and I: BUT TO A CAPTAIN, IS HE A CAPTAIN?
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 20Mar69)
27Mar69 CBS Thur
Guest Cast:
John Dehner (as "Moose Mitchell")
Synopsis:
Nelson's test run as captain of the Queen puts him, on a collision course
 with Duffy- and an old salt who remembers Nelson's World War II boners. [JK]

[11] The Queen and I: THE TROUSSEAU
Bing Crosby prod. (copyright date 26Mar69}
03Apr69 CBS Thur
Guest Cast:
Miyoshi Umeki (as Japanese Bride)
Alan Oppenheimer (as H.R. Martin)
Margaret Ann Peterson (as Louise Bradford)
Natalie Masters (as Mrs. Bradford)
Forest Compton (as Dr. Reynolds)
Phillip Garris (as Officer)
Synopsis:
Duffy promotes a high stakes shuffleboard match between Nelson and
Kowalski. Object: providing a Japanese bride with a trousseau. [JK]

[12] The Queen and I: DON'T MAKE BIG WAVES
copyright date 17Apr69

[13] The Queen and I: KOWALSKI OF HARVARD (final episode)
copyright date 24Apr69

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