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My Three Sons

Season 7 Episode 7

Robbie's Underground Movie

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Aired Unknown Nov 03, 1966 on ABC
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Robbie's Underground Movie
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Robbie films a 'way out' movie for his Cinema class with the aid of a non-talented, 'way out' co-ed who earnestly tries to make an 'honest' motion picture. They begin a long week of filming uncinematic gems spotlighting the Douglases dull, drab meaningless family routine.

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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)

    Linda Foster

    Linda Foster

    Gina Rose Lauterbach

    Guest Star

    Ralph Barnard

    Ralph Barnard

    Professor Bartlett

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    John Washbrook

    John Washbrook

    Davidson

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    Paul Sorensen

    Paul Sorensen

    Policeman

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      • In 2001, columnist 'Alvy Singer' reviewed this episode and it's maybe a coincidence but I seem to remember Woody Allen playing Alvy Singer in the 1977 movie, "Annie Hall". Six years later an Australian based writer and University tutor named Matthew Asprey claimed authorship and revisited his essay. What he probably doesn't even know is that this author, Geoff Brown, also hails from Australia... Melbourne in fact! Originally he had this to say: "The series is quite enjoyable if you watch it after the passage of 35 years. As a depiction of middle-class US suburbia in the 1960s, it is undoubtedly a charming hegemonic text. This particular episode is a clumsy, heavy-handed satire of non-conformism, in defense of Hollywood entertainment and American middle-class family values."

      • Johnny Washbrook found fame in the 1950s as the star of the 20th Century Fox Television series, "My Friend Flicka" (1955-56).

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