My Three Sons

Season 12 Episode 2

Fergus for Sale

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Aired Unknown Sep 20, 1971 on ABC
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Fergus for Sale
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When Uncle Charley learns that Fergus is looking for a wife to take back to Scotland to provide him with heirs to carry on the family name, he takes out an ad in the local newspaper in an effort to rid the Douglas home of his nemesis.moreless

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    Barry Livingston

    Barry Livingston

    Ernie Thompson Douglas (1963-72)

    Beverly Garland

    Beverly Garland

    Barbara Harper Douglas (1969-72)

    William Demarest

    William Demarest

    Uncle Charley O'Casey (1965-72)

    Dawn Lyn

    Dawn Lyn

    Dodie Harper Douglas (1969-72)

    Ronne Troup

    Ronne Troup

    Polly Williams Douglas (1970-72)

    Fred MacMurray

    Fred MacMurray

    Steve Douglas (1960-72)

    Anne Francis

    Anne Francis

    Terri Dowling

    Guest Star

    Judy March

    Judy March

    First Woman

    Guest Star

    Alan Caillou

    Alan Caillou

    Voice Of Fergus

    Guest Star

    Fred MacMurray

    Fred MacMurray

    Fergus McBain Douglas

    Recurring Role

    Lois January

    Lois January

    Second Woman

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      • It seems appropriate to discuss the vocal contribution of Alan Caillou as the "voice" of Fergus. The episodes were filmed with Fred MacMurray enacting both parts as Fergus and Steve Douglas. Fergus' voice was then dubbed in. It should be pointed out that his vocal contribution to this four-part story actually goes uncredited, although he is officially listed in the original CBS Enterprises Press sheets for the episodes. Alan Caillou was born Alan Lyle-Smythe in Britain in 1914 and died in 2006. At the outbreak of World War II, he joined the British Army; as part of their Intelligence Corps, he operated behind enemy lines in Libya and Tunisia, escaped a firing squad execution, and worked with guerrillas in Yugoslavia. "Alan Caillou" was one of Lyle-Smythe's many wartime aliases; thinking it lucky, he took it in real life. Returning to the old professions of acting and writing, Caillou worked in Canadian TV in the 1950s and later relocated to Hollywood, where his became a familiar name in the credits of movies and TV series. As a writer, he penned episodes of series as varied as "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.", "The Fugitive" and "The Six Million Dollar Man"!

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