My Three Sons

Season 5 Episode 31

Tramp and the Prince

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Aired Unknown Apr 15, 1965 on ABC
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Tramp and the Prince
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Tramp causes confusion in two households when he runs away from home for fear of a cat. Meanwhile pampered 'Prince', pet in the mansion of a rich socialite, undergoes a complete and mysterious personality change.

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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)

    Isobel Elsom

    Isobel Elsom

    Mrs. Briggs

    Guest Star

    James Griffith

    James Griffith

    Dr. Davis

    Guest Star

    Michael Whalen

    Michael Whalen

    Dr. Burke

    Guest Star

    Burt Mustin

    Burt Mustin

    Potts

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      • Chip makes mention that Tramp was scared by the cat that belongs to a woman named 'Mrs. Kaylor'. As pure coincidence would have it, the Kaylors were new to the neighborhood and had a cat that also scared Tramp in the second season episode "Instant Hate".

      • Ernie's dog Wilson makes yet another appearance on the show.

      • The second of two episodes co-written for the show by Don Grady (Robbie). His songwriting partner Gary Abrams, helped write both episodes.

        Additional footnote: Staff writer Gail Ingram Clement helped Don Grady edit and rework his TV scripts, because he had aspirations to become a writer. [It should be pointed out that Clement's name does not appear on the original draft script for this episode either]. When the show started in 1960, critics were concerned that Fred MacMurray's lengthy career as a dramatic film actor who sometimes played villains would stand in the way of achieving success on a sitcom. Mrs. Clement apparently viewed that as a challenge and set out to prove the critics wrong when she came aboard in 1962. She had a way of writing lines for him that no one else could. She knew him and his speech rhythms so well that she would write them down on paper and they wouldn't appear funny. But when Fred MacMurray said them, they were funny. The producers loved that because she was doing what no one else could. As noted elsewhere in this guide, Mrs. Clement gave up her television writing career in the late 1960s and relocated with her family to San Diego where lived for the rest of her life. She passed away aged 82 in April, 2007.

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