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:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)

The Patty DukeShow (season 1) (ABC) (1963-64)

The Patty DukeShow (season 2) (ABC) (1964-65)

The Patty DukeShow (season 3) (ABC) (1965-66)

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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 as Patty Lane and  Cathy Lane

PattyDuke1.jpg (26430 bytes)

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]
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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THE  PATTY DUKE SHOW (Reunion TV Movie 1999)

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