The Partridge Family

Season 3 Episode 3

Princess and the Partridge

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Sep 29, 1972 on ABC
6.9
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Keith is chosen to be the escort of a visiting princess, but almost causes an international incident when she talks him into sneaking her away for a drive-in date.

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  • Wow, what a Princess!

    7.5
    David Cassidy falls for a princess play by Season Hubley in another great episode of the series. Then the Princess what to go on a date with Keith to get away from being a princess, but can't. this is an scale-down half-hour version of the 1953 movie "Roman Holiday." Aside from the companison, I happen to like the episode. Season Hubley is very beautiful, even with short hair, she is gorgous. I love the series, and I hope it would go on forever, but the show was cancelled in 1974, so I guest that nothing goes on forever. Very sad.moreless
Shirley Jones

Shirley Jones

Shirley Partridge

Danny Bonaduce

Danny Bonaduce

Danny Partridge

Brian Forster

Brian Forster

Christopher Partridge

Susan Dey

Susan Dey

Laurie Partridge

David Cassidy

David Cassidy

Keith Partridge

Suzanne Crough

Suzanne Crough

Tracy Partridge

Season Hubley

Season Hubley

Princess Genny

Guest Star

Hal Buckley

Hal Buckley

Ambassador Cecil Turnbow

Guest Star

Laurie Main

Laurie Main

La Forge

Guest Star

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Genny (as she prepares to leave at the airport): Good-bye Keith. Hang on to your bellboy costume...you never know when you might run into a princess who wants to be kidnapped!

    • Keith: I can't believe it. We're finally alone...just you and me...
      (Interupted by knocking on the door)
      Genny: ...and 15 bodyguards!

    • Reuben: Keith...what have you got planned for this weekend?
      Laurie: Nothing.
      Keith: Laurie, if you don't mind, I can speak for myself!
      (Turns to Reuben)
      Nothing.

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Laurie: Today the San Pueblo Daily, tomorrow the Police Gazette!
      The National Police Gazette was a magazine published from 1845 to 1977 that featured lurid articles and photographs, supposedly covering matters of interest to the police. Laurie is implying that Keith's photograph with the princess is tabloid-like material.

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