My Three Sons

Season 3 Episode 27

First Things First

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Aired Unknown Mar 28, 1963 on ABC
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With his Air Force Reserve crew depending on him for an engine maintenance exercise, Mike is faced with having to abandon a date, as well as a baseball match, all of which is just part of his same crowded weekend.

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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)

    Rayford Barnes

    Rayford Barnes

    Sgt. McCollum

    Guest Star

    Donna Corcoran

    Donna Corcoran

    Melissa Cartwright

    Guest Star

    Les Brown, Jr.

    Les Brown, Jr.

    Archie Greer

    Guest Star

    Mike Minor

    Mike Minor

    Fetterman

    Recurring Role

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      • Like his TV counterpart, actor Tim Considine, who was in his early twenties, was also in the Air Force Reserve. One day his commanding officer came to visit him on the set. Around Midday, Considine took this military man to lunch with co-star Bill Frawley, famous for his profanity. "You never knew which Frawley you were going to get, but the meal went well and we were walking back to the studio when the Lieutenant General asked Frawley what was ('I Love Lucy' co-star) Vivian Vance like?. I dreaded the reaction when Bill responded with three little words, 'That miserable cunt!'." Considine reeled in horror to see his commanding officer go red in the face. It is well known that Frawley and Vance hated each other and never got along, this despite the press reports suggesting otherwise. From the outset in 1951 when "Lucy" began, she felt that she was too young at 39, to be playing wife to a 64 year old. When Frawley eventually died in 1966, Vance, upon hearing of his passing at a party said, "Champagne for everyone!". From then on, anyone who asked Vance of William Frawley's wherabouts was told, "He's dead, thank God!"

      • Produced with the Co-operation of the Department of the United States Air Force.

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