My Three Sons

Season 12 Episode 3

Lady Douglas

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Aired Unknown Sep 27, 1971 on ABC
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Steve's Scottish cousin Fergus, after only one date with Bowling Alley Cocktail Waitress Terri Dowling, proposes but gets turned down by her. She feels inadequate to return to Scotland as royalty, but is eventually persuaded by Steve.

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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)

    Alan Caillou

    Alan Caillou

    Voice Of Fergus

    Guest Star

    Anne Francis

    Anne Francis

    Terri Dowling

    Guest Star

    Frank DeVol

    Frank DeVol

    Jonas Tevron

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    Fred MacMurray

    Fred MacMurray

    Fergus McBain Douglas

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      • The gorgeous Anne Francis, with her sexy mole, starred in a one-season series titled "Honey West" (1965) which is still one of her best remembered programs. Semi-retired from show business in her 70s, Anne, who was born in 1930, suffered from lung cancer in 2007 but died from complications from pancreatic cancer in January, 2011 aged 80. It was been widely documented that she caused a sensation in 1968 when co-starring as Barbra Streisand's chorine pal in "Funny Girl", she sued Columbia Studios after the mega-musical film was released, bitterly claiming that Streisand had a hand in having her role cut to shreds, with most of it left on the editing floor.

        Addendum: According to Francis' own website, the actress wrote an open letter to Streisand in February 2002 stating that the above never happened and was a fabrication, blown out of all proportion. The end of the letter states... "I have had the greatest respect for your talent and for what you have made of yourself, Barbra. You are a brilliant woman and I have always wished you the very best. One more time, it is important for me before I leave this planet to say, I have never accused you of having the role of Georgia cut to the quick". Enough said! The full text of the article can be found at her website, http://www.annefrancis.net

      • The show's driving musical force, composer Frank DeVol (1911-1999) makes his one and only token appearance on the series, playing what else, a musician. His first wife Grace died in 1989, after which DeVol married former big band vocalist Helen O'Connell; she died in 1993. DeVol passed away aged 88 in 1999 from congestive heart failure and is survived by two daughters from his first marriage and two grandsons.

      • There is a blatant reference to the Korean war movement in this episode when Terri admits she was married once before but that her husband had been killed overseas.

      • Character actress Janice Carroll, who had previously appeared on the series several times in supporting roles, passed away in 1993 from cancer at the age of 60.

      • Black character actor Charlie Lampkin died of natural causes in 1989 aged 76.

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