My Three Sons

Season 6 Episode 24

Kid Brother Blues

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Aired Unknown Mar 03, 1966 on ABC
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Kid Brother Blues
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Robbie Douglas learns how much of a pest a younger sibling can be when Chip and a buddy break up his date with a pretty girl by eating appetizers and otherwise making a nuisance of themselves. The next afternoon, for revenge, Robbie primes his other brother Ernie to haunt Chip and his date.moreless

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    Barry Livingston

    Barry Livingston

    Ernie Thompson Douglas (1963-72)

    William Demarest

    William Demarest

    Uncle Charley O'Casey (1965-72)

    Fred MacMurray

    Fred MacMurray

    Steve Douglas (1960-72)

    Don Grady

    Don Grady

    Robbie Douglas (1960-71)

    Stanley Livingston

    Stanley Livingston

    Chip Douglas (1960-72)

    Donald Losby

    Donald Losby

    Tim Wilson

    Guest Star

    Billy Willis

    Billy Willis

    Howie Wilson

    Guest Star

    Susan Gordon

    Susan Gordon

    Shelly Parkhurst

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      • Another thin veiled reference is made to original oldest brother Mike (though his name is not mentioned) when Chip reminds Robbie that he was a younger brother too, when Robbie chastises him for being his younger brother.

      • William Frawley died of a heart attack the day that this episode originally aired. He had become so indelibly linked in the public's consciousness to "I Love Lucy" that despite his co-starring role on "My Three Sons" (and having been forced off the show once his health problems escalated), many obituaries initially described the star as being best remembered as Lucille Ball's landlord neighbor on the long-running sitcom. Fred MacMurray noted that his passing was "A great loss; I'm so terribly sad". Three days after his death on March 3rd 1966, MacMurray, along with Actor-Producer Desi Arnaz, ex-boss Don Fedderson, Director Richard Whorf, and actors William Lundigan and John Gallaudet presided as Pallbearers at Frawley's funeral, which was held at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Los Angeles. He was later buried in the San Fernando Mission Cemetery, located in Mission Hills, northwest of the city.
        In Arnaz' first autobiography "A Book", he noted that the day of the funeral was very hot and the coffin was quite heavy and both he and Fred MacMurray had sweat running down their backs as they carried the coffin. He looked across at MacMurray and said he knew Bill would be looking down and probably laughing like hell as they struggled to carry him out of the church and to the funeral car. Yet even today, some forty plus years later, William Frawley can be seen on television somewhere in the world everyday, such is his legacy. Like his Lucy co-stars, he has been given a singular form of video immortality that ensures that none of them will ever be forgotten, even though they now exist as shadows on a small screen.


      • Robbie sings the song 'Te Quiero' with Words and Music by Don Grady himself. He first sang the song in Episode # 173.

      • Furs provided by Fuhrman. For this one episode, Sam Vitale is credited as "Film Editor" taking over the editing responsibilities from regular staff editor Charles Van Enger, Jr. Perhaps Charles was ill when this episode was being prepared?

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