My Three Sons

Season 11 Episode 14

The Liberty Bell

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Aired Unknown Jan 02, 1971 on ABC
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The Liberty Bell
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A boyhood friend from Bryant Park, rides his motorcycle back into Robbie's life and awakens Robbie's wunderlust with appealing tales of travel and adventure. Intrigued by Jim's stories of freedom, Rob agrees to take a holiday from Katie and the triplets.

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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)

    Sal Mineo

    Sal Mineo

    Jim Bell

    Guest Star

    Mark Tapscott

    Mark Tapscott

    Ralph

    Guest Star

    Robert Rhodes

    Robert Rhodes

    Harry

    Guest Star

    Ann Marshall

    Ann Marshall

    Cynthia Wright

    Recurring Role

    Michael Todd

    Michael Todd

    Robbie Jr

    Recurring Role

    Daniel Todd

    Daniel Todd

    Steve II

    Recurring Role

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      • The series was not as innocent as it appears by not having references to the changing times of society. The hippie or the "tune in-drop out" lifestyle is covered in this episode with Sal Mineo as Robbie's old friend from Bryant Park, who by that time looked like he was straight out of "Easy Rider." Also the fact that Robbie goes to work in Peru in the last season showed how sometimes young couples' marriages were strained when one member left to 'find themselves'.


      • Special Guest Star Sal Mineo (1939-76) makes a rare television appearance in this episode as a hippie character friend from Robbie's past. In 1975, he returned to the stage in the San Francisco hit production of "P.S. Your Cat Is Dead". Preparing to open the play in Los Angeles in 1976 with Keir Dullea, he returned home from rehearsal on the evening of February 12th where he was attacked and stabbed to death by a stranger. In 1979, Lionel Ray Williams was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the murder. Although taken away far too soon, the memory of Sal Mineo continues to live on through the large body of TV and film work that he left behind.

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