My Three Sons

Season 5 Episode 35

The Leopard's Spots

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Aired Unknown May 13, 1965 on ABC
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The Leopard's Spots
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Sally has her hands full when her glamorous cousin comes to visit after being expelled from three colleges. She attracts so much attention from the boys that Uncle Charley uses his vaudeville make-up box to transform her into an ugly duckling.

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    Meredith MacRae

    Meredith MacRae

    Sally Ann Morrison Douglas (1963-65)

    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)

    Tim Considine

    Tim Considine

    Mike Douglas (1960-65)

    Don Grady

    Don Grady

    Robbie Douglas (1960-71)

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      • This penultimate Black and White episode features co-star Tim Considine's directorial debut. Feeling he had now outgrown the role of Mike Douglas, he campaigned to direct the series, but supposedly had a falling out with Executive Producer Don Fedderson and eventually left the show when it moved to CBS. observer than a featured player. He also believed that since his character had become engaged and wasn't playing the field anymore, all of the story developments revolving around girl problems had been transferred to the character of Robbie. The real truth was that he had tired of playing real clean-cut, boy next door types.

      • Appearing as Susan Seaforth, the actress would spend an extraordinary amount of her future appearing on the soap opera "Days Of Our Lives" (1965-) where she would meet, co-star and eventually marry Bill Hayes and take his name as her professional one. Her degree from L.A's City College is in history, and the stack of books at her deskside reflects an intense interest in the American West and diverse Native American cultures. She has lectured at Universities in Los Angeles and Boston, but acting remains her great passion. History will have to wait while Susan does her thing.

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