My Three Sons

Season 3 Episode 17

How to Impress a Woman

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Aired Unknown Jan 10, 1963 on ABC
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Mike has the job of recruiting some campus models for a fashion show and when a gorgeous store representative stops by to give him help, he forgets there are any other girls in the world. With Robbie's help, he tries hard to capture her affections with displays of serenading on the guitar.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)

Diana Millay

Diana Millay

Susan Hopkins

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Nancy McCarthy

Nancy McCarthy

Laurie Burns

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Patricia Conway

Patricia Conway

Maria Phillips

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    • This is the first collaboration of writer James B. Allardice and Tom Adair. Adair was mainly a songwriter and had written for Broadway productions in the 1940s. They first met while working on "The Ann Sothern Show," (1958); Adair wrote the music while Allardice was a writer on the show. Allardice also wrote Broadway plays and was a staff writer for George Gobel. He also penned the wry commentary of Alfred Hitchcock in his 1950s anthology series. In addition to working on "My Three Sons" the writing duo wrote episodes of "F Troop", "The Munsters", "I Dream of Jeannie" and "Gomer Pyle". About a year after the death of Allardice in 1966, Adair stopped writing sit-coms full time.

    • Sandy Millar (who now goes under the name 'Sand') is an accomplished artist and published poet. In 1990, her book of poetry "A Morning Rain" was published. She now focuses exclusively on painting. Sand's works are in many private collections.

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