My Three Sons

Season 2 Episode 26

Casanova Trouble

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Aired Unknown Mar 29, 1962 on ABC
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Casanova Trouble
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Steve's friend asks him to come up with a solution when she thinks her daughter is dating an older man. Steve is shocked when he sees that the initials of the fraternity pin the man gave her identifies his oldest son Mike. However it is really Robbie who took the use of Mike's pin to fix his button-less shirt.moreless

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    William Frawley

    William Frawley

    William Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey (1960-65)

    Fred MacMurray

    Fred MacMurray

    Steve Douglas (1960-72)

    Tim Considine

    Tim Considine

    Mike Douglas (1960-65)

    Don Grady

    Don Grady

    Robbie Douglas (1960-71)

    Stanley Livingston

    Stanley Livingston

    Chip Douglas (1960-72)

    Barbara Eiler

    Barbara Eiler

    Julie Evans

    Guest Star

    Brenda Scott

    Brenda Scott

    Linda Evans

    Guest Star

    Jack Stermer

    Jack Stermer

    Jack Tully

    Guest Star

    Ricky Allen

    Ricky Allen

    Sudsy Pfeiffer

    Recurring Role

    Debbie Megowan

    Debbie Megowan

    Dorine Peters

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      • As Chip's attentive little girlfriend, Debbie Megowan is featured in this episode, but does not have any lines. The actor playing the boy who is seen running away from the girls in the episode's tag scene is listed on the credits as 'Freddie' instead of 'Eddie'.


      • Jack Stermer relates the following story regarding the shooting of this episode. "This episode was my favorite because I'm driving a car. Actually, they wouldn't really let me drive. They had 4 or 5 guys off camera pulling a rope!" (The sound effects of the car were later added in post-production!). Jack was a family friend of Casting Director Judith Adkins Specht and worked on two episodes during the summer... such was his 15 minutes of fame (See also Episode # 44). "In 1961 or 62, when I was 15 or 16, she offered me a summer job to be on the show. Cost to join the Screen Actors Guild was about $300 and minimum pay for speaking parts was $90 per day. So Judy got me in 2 episodes that covered about 6 days total. Enough to pay the SAG dues and make a near-like amount. I remember that I didn't really like the work. Very boring and long, long delays. But, $300 net for the summer of 61 or 62 was great bucks! That was the end of my storied movie career. I also vividly remember that TV Guide incorrectly listed the date it was to be broadcast. In other words, it was actually telecast the week after it was listed in TV Guide. I know this to be true because my name was shown as part of the guest cast in the mistaken TV Guide and all my friends came in the next day and said I wasn't in the show. Worse... nobody watched the next week when it was shown. Bummer. Lost my chance to be the Big man on campus".

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