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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'That Girl' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'That Girl':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)





February 20, 1969: The Subject Was Rabies
Season 3, episode 21
W: Skip Webster   D: Jay Sandrich

With Ed Peck (Ketchum), Jules Munshin (Harry Fields), Stuart Margolin (Dr. Priddy), Dick Balduzzi (Messenger), Jack Colvin (Bounder), Keith Luckett (Little boy with dog).
Lou gets bitten by a dog that follows Ann home and he thinks that he has caught rabies.





September 18, 1969: Mission Improbable (1)
Season 4, episode 1
W: Rick Mittleman   D: John Rich

With Lou Jacobi (Leo Schneider), Avery Schreiber (Al Taylor), Naomi Stevens (Sophie), Paul Bryar (Mort), Danny Goldman (Waiter), Sandy Kenyon (Mr. Becker).
While modeling for Unifit Sleepwear, Ann Marie is asked by her boss to spy on his rival whom he accuses of stealing his designs.

September 25, 1969: Mission Improbable (2)
Season 4, episode 2
W: Rick Mittleman   D: John Rich

With Lou Jacobi (Lou Schneider), Avery Schrieber (Al Taylor), Naomi Stevens (Sophie), Sandy Kenyon (Mr. Becker).
Unaware that her cover has been blown, Ann is tricked into photographing reject designs.

October 2, 1969: My Part Belongs To Daddy
Season 4, episode 3
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Richard Kinon

With Dave Ketchum (Harry), Carole Cook (Dorothy), Ned Wertimer (Bob Brooks).
Lew Marie traps his daughter into directing Brewster's annual variety show. Don tells Ann it would be a big mistake for her to do it because her father sings "Minnie the Moocher" every year.

October 9, 1969: Nobody Here But Us Chickens
Season 4, episode 4
W: Arnold Horwitt   D: Richard Kinon

With Ed Peck (Walter Clark), Slim Pickens (Major Culpepper), Don Eitner (Young Man), Mari Oliver (Girl #1), Doris Lorenz (Girl #2), Linda Sue Rusk (Little Girl), Harry Basch (Driver), H.B. Barnum III (Little Boy).
Ann gets a job as a dancing chicken for a fried chicken chain. The boss keeps trying to "pluck" her in his car, but Ann gets out of the car and becomes stranded.

October 16, 1969: At The Drop Of A Budget
Season 4, episode 5
W: Ed Scharlach, Warren S. Murray   D: Russ Mayberry

With Gino Conforti (Nino), Sam Denoff (Dudley Moss), Monte Hall (Dr. Pullman), Will Mackenzie (Fiance), Walter Mathews (Jeweler), Mari Oliver (Ticket Seller), Abigail Kanter (Saleswoman).
Ann Marie goes on a wild shopping spree because of a post-hypnotic suggestion accidentally picked up at the dentist's.

October 23, 1969: Hearing Today, Gone Tomorrow
Season 4, episode 6
W: Bernie Orenstein, Saul Turteltaub   D: Hal Cooper

With Richard Stahl (Director), Royce D. Applegate (Actor), Andre Phillipe (Dino), Bill Quinn (Doctor).
Ann Marie is suffering from a severe cold, but can't postpone an outdoor audition for an anti-freeze commercial because it has finally snowed.

October 30, 1969: The Snow Must Go On (1)
Season 4, episode 7
W: Arnold Horwitt   D: Russ Mayberry

With Milton Parsons (Mr. Bailey), John Stephenson (Howard Samroce), Larry McCormick (Walsh), Jeff Whipple (Jud Bailey), Danny Goldman (Counterman), Burt Brandon (Pilot), Steven Benson (Porter), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Announcer).
Ann Marie is caught at the airport by a blizzard while she and Don are seeing her parents off on a trip. She is also due at an important Broadway audition.

November 6, 1969: Write Is Wrong (2)
Season 4, episode 8
W: Ruth Brooks Flippen   D: John Rich

With William Schallert (Harry Cook), Tom Kennedy (Barry Forbes), Arthur Julian (Milton East), Forrest Compton (Jonathan Adams), Dick Curtis (Frank).
Producer Harry Cook wants Don Hollinger to write a TV based on his article about Ann Marie getting snowed in at Kennedy Airport and agrees that Ann will star as herself.

November 13, 1969: Shake Hands And Come Out Acting
Season 4, episode 9
W: Bernie Orenstein, Saul Turteltaub   D: John Rich

With Gino Conforti (Nino), Scoey Mitchell (Tony Harris), Allen Jaffe (Jake), James McCallion (Max), John Pare (Frank), Frankie Van (Mel), Harry Basch (Charlie), Dick Dial (Fighter), Melvin Stewart (Dal), Billy De Wolfe (Jules Benedict).
Ann Marie meets a boxer who is a would-be actor, and convinces him he should audition at Jules Benedict's theater workshop.

November 20, 1969: Fix My Screen And Bug Out
Season 4, episode 10
W: Bernie Orenstein, Saul Turteltaub   D: Saul Turteltaub

With Alice Borden (Ruth), Michael Callan (Bobby Miller), Lillian Adams (Mrs. Stern), Don Lorbett (Supervisor), Penny Marshall (Joan), Andre Phillipe (Dino).
Ann tries to help out her neighbors in saving their hotel from the ownership of her ex-boyfriend.

November 27, 1969: Kiss That Girl Goodbye
Season 4, episode 11
W: Fai Harris, Lynn Farr   D: John Rich

With Bernie Kopell (Jerry), Alice Borden (Ruth), Mark Miller (Robert Harrison), Elaine Princi (Elaine).
Before Don Hollinger can discuss a job offer that would keep him in Paris for 18 months, Ann Marie hears another version she doesn't like.

December 11, 1969: She Didn't Have The Vegas Notion (1)
Season 4, episode 12
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Richard Kinon

With Hope Holiday (Joanne), Jack Cassidy (Marty Haines), Pat Boone (Himself), Carl Reiner (Himself), Morty Gunty (Himself), Allen Davis (Desk Clerk), Bill McLean (Waiter), Keith Rogers (Flight Attendant), Brad Trumbell (Reporter).
Ann Marie signs to do a show with a notorious practical joker, and Don accompanies her to Las Vegas.

December 18, 1969: She Didn't Have The Vegas Notion (2)
Season 4, episode 13
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Richard Kinon

With Hope Holiday (Joanne), Jack Cassidy (Marty Haines), Allen Davis (Desk Clerk), Bill McLean (Waiter), Lillian Field (Gertrude), Sam Edwards (Harold).
Ann and Don plot revenge when they learn that his supposed Las Vegas marriage to showgirl Joanne was an elaborate joke staged by Marty Haines.

December 25, 1969: I Am A Curious Lemon
Season 4, episode 14
W: Alex Barris   D: Russ Mayberry

With Gino Conforti (Nino), Cindy Eilbacher (Caroline), Corinne Conley (Trudy), Susan Quick (Heather), William Christopher (Chippy).
Ann Marie's weekend visitor, Caroline, and the child's little lemon tree make shambles of her dinner party for Don and his old friends, the Dolans.

January 1, 1970: Ten Percent Of Nothing Is Nothing
Season 4, episode 15
W: Bernie Orenstein, Saul Turteltaub   D: John Rich

With Bob Ross (Party Guest), Sam Denoff (Big Guy), Morty Gunty (Sandy Stone), Alan Oppenheimer (Mr. Katz), Lew Gallo (Man at Table), Olan Soule (President), Diana Herbert (Secretary).
Ann Marie is caught up in a new career as a partner in a comedy act when her agent decides to revive his old night-club act.

January 8, 1970: Opening Night
Season 4, episode 16
W: Arnold Horwitt   D: Russ Mayberry

With Bobo Lewis (Gloria), Gino Conforti (Nino), Sam Weston (Plumber), Evelyn King (Actress), Patty Regan (Phone Operator), Army Archerd (Himself), Vernon Scott (Himself), Joyce Haber (Herself).
Ann dreams of receiving caustic reviews of her performance on Broadway a few hours before curtain time, but still is unprepared for the real fiasco that follows.

January 22, 1970: That Meter Maid
Season 4, episode 17
W: Jerry Ross, William Lynn   D: Ted Bessell

With Judson Pratt (Sergeant Melvin), Dennis Weaver (Lewis Franks), Tol Avery (Mayor), Dennis Turner (Harvey Murchison), Claudia Bryar (Mona), Fritzi Burr (Laura), Billy Beck (Diggs), Diana Hale (Millie).
Ann relives her days as a meter maid when she meets Don's new boss, formerly the town's newspaper publisher.

January 29, 1970: Fly By Night (1)
Season 4, episode 18
W: Bernie Orenstein, Saul Turteltaub   D: Saul Turteltaub

With Russell Johnson (Jon).
Ann Marie looks forward to a trip with Don Hollister to visit her parents in their cabin in Vermont, until she learns that Don's pilot-friend is to fly them there in his small plane. Once airborne in stormy weather, Ann is so unnerved that she begins to see scenes from her past, including the time she was caught in bed and when she was terrorized by a mouse.

February 5, 1970: Ugh, Wilderness (2)
Season 4, episode 19
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: John Rich

With Russell Johnson (Jon), Hal Baylor (Cop #1), Douglas Mitchell (Cop #2), Bruce Lorange (Bellhop).
Ann Marie's worst fears are realized when the small plane in which she and Don are passengers makes a forced landing in heavy fog.

February 12, 1970: Stocks And The Single Girl
Season 4, episode 20
W: Bruce Howard   D: Bill Persky

With Harry Townes (Arnold Lindsey), Jim Connell (Jonas), Pitt Herbert (Ben), William Lanteau (Eddie), Lieux Dressler (Secretary).
Ann and Don hope to make a killing in the stock market from the scrawled notes they find on a Wall Street tycoon's business card.

February 19, 1970: The Night They Raided Daddy's
Season 4, episode 21
W: Coslough Johnson   D: Hal Cooper

With Gene Baylos (Agent), Tom Pedi (Tony), Bill Quinn (Harry), Robert Gibbons (Reverend), Leonard Bremen (Sheriff), Gene R. Wallace (Blue Boy #1), Jeff Brock (Blue Boy #2), Joe Duckett (Blue Boy #3).
Ann tries to help her father, Lew Marie, lure former customers back from a rival restaurant and talks him into using an act at his La Parisienne. She gets her agent to set up auditions for him. They select a clean-cut pop group, the Little Boy Blues, never dreaming what they plan as their big finale.

February 26, 1970: The Reunion
Season 4, episode 22
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Richard Kinon

With Iggie Wolfington (Mr. Jensen), Eldon Quick (Melvin), Florence Mercer (Estelle), Oaky Miller (Mike), Anita Alberts (Rusty), Harrison Page (Mark), Sandy Brown Wyeth (Joannie), Gene Sheriff (Flip).
While making arrangements for her high school class reunion, Ann, the secretary-treasurer, is stunned to learn she was supposed to have $360 for the affair. She can't remember what she did with the money -- which had been collected five years earlier.

March 5, 1970: Gone-A-Courtin'
Season 4, episode 23
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Russ Mayberry

With Sam Denoff (Man #1), Frank Maxwell (Samuels), Alan Oppenheimer (Jerome), Allen Davis (Vernon), William Lally (Judge), Dee Carroll (Lydia), Ellen Clark (Actress), Hal Williams (Court Clerk), Harvey J. Goldenberg (Jones), Lew Gallo (Man #2).
Ann Marie auditions for a producer and instead of a Broadway role is hired to act in his real courtroom drama. He hopes that Ann, acting as a lawyer's assistant, will so unnerve the guy suing him with her courtroom act that he will become unglued.

March 12, 1970: They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?
Season 4, episode 24
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Russ Mayberry

With Bobo Lewis (Gloria), Bernie Kopell (Jerry), Alice Borden (Ruth).
Neighbor Ruth Bauman is strangely disinterested in the movie her husband Jerry is making with Ann Marie and Don.

March 19, 1970: Easy Faller
Season 4, episode 25
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: John Rich

With Bobo Lewis (Gloria), Warren Berlinger (Dr. Goldfisher), Albert Carrier (Jean Paul LeMairre).
Donald hurts his back while demonstrating to Ann how safe skis are, and the doctor called to the apartment by Ann orders him to remain there overnight.

March 26, 1970: All's Well That Ends
Season 4, episode 26
W: Sydney Zelinka   D: Saul Turteltaub

With Mary-Robin Redd (Janie), Colin Male (Doctor), Vernon Weddle (Murray).
Believing Don's little joke that he couldn't get theater tickets for her birthday, Ann agrees to baby-sit for Janie Downes' moppet that evening.





September 25, 1970: Counter Proposal
Season 5, episode 1
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Saul Turteltaub

With Ronnie Schell (Bob Howard), Avery Schreiber (Mr. Franklin), Martin Walker (Mr. Steinmetz), Sandra De Bruin (Joan), Reva Rose (Marcy).
Ann becomes engaged to Don, her boyfriend of long standing, as the fifth year begins.

October 2, 1970: Donald And Sandi And Harry And Snoopy
Season 5, episode 2
W: Peggy Elliott   D: Earl Bellamy

With Bob Ross (Waiter), Cloris Leachman (Sandi Hollinger), Mark Roberts (Harry), Dave Ketchum (Man in Restaurant).
Ann Marie has little success relieving Don's worry over his widowed sister coming to New York to see an actor.

October 9, 1970: I Ain't Got Nobody
Season 5, episode 3
W: Ed Scharlach, Warren S. Murray   D: Richard Kinon

With Bob Ross (Bob), Bernie Kopell (Jerry), Kenneth Mars (Captain Gooney), Eddie Ryder (Mr. Sadler), Sam Carlson (Model), Harold Peary (Harvey).
Ann is sure a nude centerfold picture of her in a magazine will cost her a job on a children's show.

October 16, 1970: No Man Is Manhattan Island
Season 5, episode 4
W: Arnold Horwitt   D: Richard Kinon

With Jerry Fogel (Mr. Hale), William Bakewell (Mr. MacIntosh), Ric Roman (Ferrone), Erin O'Reilly (Jill Johnson), Don Eitner (Cop), Charles Lampkin (Mr. Hansen), Amzie Strickland (Mrs. Tanzy), Alex Rocco (Biff).
Ann Marie entertains her neighbors to get to know them better, and discovers her purse is missing after everyone leaves.

October 23, 1970: Rattle Of A Single Girl
Season 5, episode 5
W: Bruce Howard   D: John Rich

With Bob Ross (Waiter), Sam Denoff (Man in Booth), Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Globe), Reva Rose (Marcy), Dick Van Patten (Mr. Morse), Harry Basch (Man in Elevator).
Ann Marie and Don discover they aren't ready for marriage yet when they fail a test given them by a marriage counselor.

October 30, 1970: There Sure Are A Bunch Of Cards In St. Louis (1)
Season 5, episode 6
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Richard Kinon

With Mabel Albertson (Mildred), Jim Dixon (Herb), Art Metrano (Dave), Jack Frey (Cabbie), Catherine McKeown (Janet), Fran Ryan (Mrs. Booth), William Christopher (Chippy), Susan Quick (Heather), C. Lindsay Workman (Man), Frank Faylen (Bert), Gail Bonney (Lady), Elizabeth Harrower (Mrs. Parker), John Hubbard (Passenger).
Ann is more nervous about passing inspection with her fiancee's family than the openng of her play in Don's hometown.

November 6, 1970: There Sure Are A Bunch Of Cards In St. Louis (2)
Season 5, episode 7
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Richard Kinon

With Mabel Albertson (Lillian), Frank Faylen (Bert), Ruth McDevitt (Aunt Belle), Stan Musial (Himself), Dave Willock (Director), Richard Schaal (Bill), Richard Libertini (John), Ann Johnson (Hostess), Lee Amber (Customer), Penny Kenard (Hostess), Shari Sommers (Jeannie).
While visiting Don's hometown, Ann Marie meets a baseball star while lunching in his restaurant.

November 13, 1970: That Cake
Season 5, episode 8
W: Rick Mittleman   D: Richard Kinon

With Bob Ross (Tommy), Regis Philbin (Ron Riser), Woodrow Parfrey (Magleson), Reva Rose (Marcy), Eric Brotherson (Lazlo), Sheila Rogers (Mrs. Kling), Harvey J. Goldenberg (Assistant), Lew Gallo (Commentator).
Ann Marie accidentally bakes her engagement ring into a cheesecake to be served at the governor's mansion.

November 20, 1970: That Girl's Daddy
Season 5, episode 9
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: John Rich

With Ralph Williams (Charlie), Corinne Conley (Jeanie), Betty Kean (Mrs. McCarty), Lew Gallo (Policeman #1), Harrison Page (Policeman #2), Don Eitner (Poker Player #1), Bernie Orenstein (Poker Player #2).
Ann Marie has father problems when an acting school acquaintance makes a play for him.

November 27, 1970: Stop The Presses, I Want To Get Off
Season 5, episode 10
W: Gordon Farr   D: Saul Turteltaub

With James Gregory (Mr. Adams), John Aniston (Harvey), Bill Mullikin (George), Michael Stanwood (Pennet), Army Archerd (Reporter #1), Jim Bacon (Reporter #2).
Don gets in trouble with his boss when he helps fiancee Ann Marie with her writing assignments for a rival magazine.

December 4, 1970: Super Reporter
Season 5, episode 11
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Richard Kinon

With James Gregory (Mr. Adams), Barbara Minkus (Elaine), Roy Roberts (Deputy Mayor), Fred Holliday (Charlie), Brad Trumbull (Cop), Jimmy Cross (Guy), Robert Rothwell (Commentator), Arline Anderson (Secretary), Florence Mercer (Person).
To please Don's office pals, Ann Marie makes her fiancee a gift costume that causes him endless embarrassment on the day he's to receive a writer's award.

December 11, 1970: That Senorita
Season 5, episode 12
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: John Rich

With Alejandro Rey (Felix), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Rudy Sanchez), Forrest Compton (Producer), Dick Yarmy (Director), Sarah Fankboner (Miss Barnett), Pepe Callahan (Raoul), Army Archerd (Forbes).
Ann Marie learns that the comedic Mexican she's to play in a revue sketch is considered insulting by his Mexican-American organization.

December 18, 1970: An Uncle Herbert For All Seasons
Season 5, episode 13
W: Bob Garland   D: John Rich

With Ed Peck (Official #1), Joe Flynn (Uncle Herbert), James Gregory (Mr. Adams), Joe Mell (Official #2), Gloria Hill (Girl), Tipp McClure (Lars).
Ann's eccentric uncle, considered the family con artist, flies in from Iceland for what starts out as a costly visit for Don.

January 1, 1971: That Script
Season 5, episode 14
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Roger Duchowny

With Bob Ross (Waiter), William Windom (Joseph Nelson), Morty Gunty (Sandy Stone), Nina Foch (Frances Nelson).
Ann wants to purchase the film rights to a novel, but the author refuses to sell until he sees Ann and notices how much she resembles his late wife.

January 8, 1971: Those Friars
Season 5, episode 15
W: Marvin Walkenstein   D: Alan Rafkin

With Danny Thomas (Himself), Milton Berle (Himself), Morty Gunty (Sandy), Fabian Dean (Moving Man).
Danny Thomas and Milton Berle show up at Ann Marie's apartment, lured by a publicity item describing her as a starving actress who has inherited a trunk from her vaudevillian uncle.

January 15, 1971: A Limited Engagement
Season 5, episode 16
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Richard Kinon

With Bernie Kopell (Jerry), Alice Borden (Ruth), Buddy Lester (Man).
While Ann Marie is attending an engagement party in her honor given by a girl friend, Don is getting cold feet about the marriage.

January 29, 1971: The Russians Are Staying
Season 5, episode 17
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Homer Powell

With Gino Conforti (Nino), Bob Dishy (Nicholai), Richard Erdman (Milton), Jack Deleon (Demitri), Paul Camen (Ivan).
Ann Marie befriends a famed Russian comedian visiitng her acting class and learns that he's always followed by two NKVD agents.

February 5, 1971: That Shoplifter
Season 5, episode 18
W: Arnold Horwitt   D: Richard Kinon

With Bobo Lewis (Shopper), Jerry Hausner (Harrison), Stafford Repp (Jim), Mathias Reitz (Baxter), Judy Cassmore (Secretary), Pat Weidler (Clerk), George Ives (Dawson).
Ann Marie goes on a shoplifting spree in a department store, unaware that she's been the hireling of a modern-day Fagin.

February 12, 1971: Chef's Night Out
Season 5, episode 19
W: Budd Grossman   D: Richard Kinon

With Tom D'Andrea (Frankie), Jane Connell (Laura), Leon Belasco (Andre), Al Molinaro (Marv), Louis de Farra (Pierre), Shirley O'Hara (Mrs. Sloan), Pat Marlow (Mrs. Jones), Peter Bruni (Herman), Steve Benson (Chicken Boy), Tom Pace (Pizza Boy).
Ann Marie and Don try to keep her father's restaurant in Brewster running smoothly while he's away after virus strikes the staff.

February 19, 1971: That King
Season 5, episode 20
W: Warren S. Murray   D: Richard Kinon

With Bernie Kopell (Jerry), Alice Borden (Ruth), David Doyle (Albert Berg), Brook Fuller (King), Herbie Faye (Morris Cohen), Tiger Joe Marsh (Bodyguard), Noel de Souza (Ambassador).
Ann Marie agrees to accompany the King of Kowali to a state dinner at the request of a member of the U.S. Diplomatic Corps.

February 26, 1971: Stag Party
Season 5, episode 21
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: John Rich

With Bernie Kopell (Jerry), Alice Borden (Ruth), George Furth (Maury), Jerry Fogel (Frankie), Hal Williams (Herbie).
Don expects the worst when fiancee Ann Marie's oft-disapproving father decides to attend his bachelor party.

March 5, 1971: Two For The Money
Season 5, episode 22
W: Sam Nicholas   D: Roger Duchowny

With Sam Denoff (Big Bettor), Bunny Summers (Wardrobe Lady), Louis de Farra (Oscarelli), Joe Ross (Photographer), Michael Lerner (Charley), Dick Yarmy (Cashier), Alex Rocco (Employee), Bernie Orenstein (Bettor), Hal Williams (John), Vince Eli (Ragged Man), Arthur Abelson (Harry), Ron Applegate (Bill).
Ann Marie, modeling fashions at the racetrack, bets the winning daily double for Don's friends but then loses the ticket.

March 12, 1971: Soot Yourself
Season 5, episode 23
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Saul Turteltaub

With Gino Conforti (Nino), James Gregory (Mr. Adams), Phyllis Hill (Agnes Adams), Reva Rose (Marcy), Peter Brocco (Mr. Stone).
Ann Marie, wearing a gas mask, is discovered picketing Newsview magazine where her fiancee works. It was his article on pollution that inspired her crusade.

March 19, 1971: The Elevated Woman
Season 5, episode 24
W: Saul Turteltaub, Bernie Orenstein   D: Roger Duchowny

With Jack Kissel (Bellhop), Howard Storm (Elevator Operator), Tani Phelps (Audrey), Sherry Alberoni (Wife), John Cluett (Husband).
Because Don wrote an unfavorable article on women's lib, he is stuck in a stalled elevator with Ann when he should be at a big hockey game.


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