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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Doris Day Show' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'The Doris Day Show':


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





September 22, 1969: Doris Gets A Job
Season 2, episode 1
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Coby Ruskin

With Eldon Quick (Mr. Willoughby), Carol Worthington (Miss Bennington), Larry Gelman (Man), Joel Mell (Mr. Levalle).
Doris finds the perfect job on a San Francisco magazine, but thinks she's going to lose it.

September 29, 1969: A Frog Called Harold
Season 2, episode 2
W: Budd Grossman   D: Coby Ruskin

With Parley Baer (Mr. Thornby), David Manzy (Dave), Jack Garner (Aide), Issa Arnal (Office Girl), Ralph Neff (Bank Guard), Ed McCready (Man).
The loss of Toby's frog causes the magazine to lose a needed bank loan.

October 6, 1969: Married For A Day
Season 2, episode 3
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Earl Bellamy

With Julie Adams (Karen Carruthers).
Doris finds herself posing as the wife of her boss in a desperate scheme to convince a husband-hating female that he's out of circulation.

October 13, 1969: The Woman Hater
Season 2, episode 4
W: Budd Grossman   D: Coby Ruskin

With Anthony Eisley (Alex Rhinehart), Johnnie Collins III (Dave), Julius Johnson (Bartender), Pete Kellett (Husband), Judy March (Wife), Luis de Cordova (Maurice).
Doris charms a "woman hater" out of his attitude to where he refuses to let the magazine print his critical-but-needed article.

October 20, 1969: The Chocolate Bar War
Season 2, episode 5
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Harry Falk

With Don Ross (Charlie), Max Showalter (Greg Fletcher), Amzie Strickland (Mrs. Fletcher), Tim Weldon (Jonathan Fletcher).
Doris joins son Billy in a plan to combat the aggressiveness of a competitor's mother in a candy-selling contest.

November 10, 1969: The Health King
Season 2, episode 6
W: Budd Grossman   D: Coby Ruskin

With Michael Forest (Bruce Saunders), Ernest Harada (Ling), Lavina Dawson (Waitress).
Doris finds a series of merry mishaps when she is assigned to obtain the publishing rights to a health addict's book.

November 17, 1969: Doris, The Model
Season 2, episode 7
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Hal Cooper

With Johnny Haymer (Montagne), Gail Stevens (Yvette Bouchard), Larry Gelman (Nat), Arlyn Genson (Simone Giroux), Paul Marin (Hal).
Doris is called on for a solution when a Paris designer's models disappear a few hours before his showing.

November 24, 1969: Doris Strikes Out
Season 2, episode 8
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Coby Ruskin

With Jacques Bergerac (Claude Lemaire), James Chandler (Dr. Parker), Alan DeWitt (Hairdresser), Gordon Jump (Little League Manager).
Doris' excited preparations for a movie premiere date with a handsome French actor go awry when Buck gets sick and the boys volunteer her to umpire their baseball game.

December 8, 1969: Singles Only
Season 2, episode 9
W: William Raynor, Myles Wilder   D: William Wiard

With Sid Melton (Lou Lester), Ed Fury (Chet), Michael Lerner (Fat Man), Joseph V. Perry (Harry Dumbrowski), Alice Backes (Agnes Albright), Joe Ross (Virgil Praskins).
Myrna's disappointment after renting an apartment in a "swinging singles" building entangles Doris in a lease-breaking plot.

January 5, 1970: The Prizefighter And The Lady
Season 2, episode 13
W: Budd Grossman   D: Denver Pyle

With Larry Storch (Duke Farentino), Buddy Lester (Eddie), Sidney Clute (Howard), Jimmy Cross (Larry).
On assignment at a training camp, Doris finds herself out of favor with male sportswriters when the boxer gets a large crush on her.

January 12, 1970: Doris vs. The Computer
Season 2, episode 14
W: Arthur Alsberg, Don Nelson   D: Denver Pyle

With Billy De Wolfe (Willard Jarvis), Jerry Jones (Policeman).
Doris lands in jail when she gets into an argument with the electric company's computer -- and the manager.

January 19, 1970: Hot Dogs
Season 2, episode 15
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul, Don Genson   D: Coby Ruskin

With James Millhollin (Paul), Jerome Cowan (Justice William Forester), Charles Lane (Judge Carter), Issa Arnal (Helen), Owen Bush (Locksmith).
Jail is a distinct possibility when Doris "rescues" six poodles from a locked car and finds herself in court on a robbery charge.

January 26, 1970: Today's World Catches The Measles
Season 2, episode 16
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Fred De Cordova

With Edward Andrews (Colonel Fairburn), Walter Sande (Dr. Wagner), Issa Arnal (Helen), Joe Hoover (Jack).
Doris invites Ron Harvey and Mr. Nicholson for a relaxing weekend on the farm and all end up quarantined because of measles.

February 2, 1970: The Gas Station
Season 2, episode 17
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul, Don Genson   D: Hal Cooper

With Kristina Holland (Terry Tidy), John Carter (Holdup Man), Bob Jellison (Smokey).
Doris volunteers herself and Myrna to run Leroy's gas station while he visits his wife in the hospital, and a highway detour makes the business boom.

February 9, 1970: Kidnapped
Season 2, episode 18
W: Douglas Tibbles   D: Coby Ruskin

With Kaye Ballard (Flossie Moore), Bruce Gordon (Barney Moore), Avery Schreiber (Warren Coleman), Hagen Smith (Lefty Watson), Gene Dynarski (Lefty Kretch), Scott Perry (Detective).
Doris goes by to pick up an article exposing a gangster and gets herself kidnapped along with a very nervous writer.

February 16, 1970: Buck's Portrait
Season 2, episode 19
W: Douglas Tibbles   D: Earl Bellamy

With Mabel Albertson (Amanda Merriwether), Bob Jellison (Smokey), Woodrow Parfrey (Barton Durston), Hal Smith (Merle), Charles Wagenheim (Edgar), Issa Arnal (Receptionist), Pat Cranshaw (Farmer).
Buck's hesitation over having his portrait on the cover of Doris' magazine dissolves when he realizes how "important" it will make him.

February 23, 1970: Doris Hires A Millionaire (1)
Season 2, episode 20
W: Budd Grossman   D: Fred De Cordova

With Lew Ayres (William Tyler), Ross Elliott (Mr. Clark), John Stuart (Mr. Bradford), John Lawrence (Officer), Issa Arnal (Helen).
A publicity-shy billionaire takes a job on the Martin ranch.

March 2, 1970: Doris Hires A Millionaire (2)
Season 2, episode 21
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Fred De Cordova

With Lew Ayres (William Tyler), Ross Elliott (Mr. Clark), John Stuart (Mr. Bradford).
A billionaire is successful at hiding his identity by posing as a farm hand until Doris suggests the magazine do a feature on her unique employee.

March 9, 1970: A Woman's Intuition
Season 2, episode 22
W: Rick Mittleman   D: Denver Pyle

With Bernie Kopell (Major Laguinita), Sandy Kenyon (Zeke Kraley), Carol Worthington (Stewardess), Rico Cattani (Waiter), Gordon Jump (Ticket Agent).
An airplane trip to Florida finds Doris having dinner in Havana.

March 16, 1970: Doris Meets A Prince
Season 2, episode 23
W: Budd Grossman   D: Fred De Cordova

With Cesare Danova (Prince Carlos), Roy Roberts (Thaddeus Gilby), Luis de Cordova (Prime Minister), Eric Mason (Aide).
Doris' life is pleasantly complicated by a visiting prince who wants her to marry him and become his princess.

March 23, 1970: The Duke Returns
Season 2, episode 24
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Denver Pyle

With Larry Storch (Duke Farentino), Michael Lerner (Mr. Murray), George Dunn (Hillbilly), Margaret Wheeler (Mrs. Forbush).
Storch recreates his role of Duke Farentino, prize-fighter turned dance instructor, who turns to Doris for help with his labor problems.

March 30, 1970: The Office Troubleshooter
Season 2, episode 25
W: Budd Grossman   D: Coby Ruskin

With Billy De Wolfe (Willard Jarvis).
Mr. Jarvis returns to Doris' life as the magazine's newly hired efficiency expert and predictably makes everyone's life miserable.

April 6, 1970: Colonel Fairburn Takes Over
Season 2, episode 26
W: Rick Mittleman   D: Coby Ruskin

With Edward Andrews (Colonel Fairburn), Scott Perry (Jim), Fredricka Meyers (Sharon Fairburn), De De Young (Helen).
Publisher Col. Fairburn unexpectedly arrives and assumes control of the office and takes a very personal interest in Doris.





September 14, 1970: Doris Finds An Apartment
Season 3, episode 1
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Denver Pyle

With Kaye Ballard (Angie Pallucci), Bernie Kopell (Louie Pallucci), Gordon Jump (Captain), Carol Worthington (Ethel Weber), Joe Hoover (Co-Pilot).
Series moves to a San Francisco setting for its third year. Doris finds an apartment over an Italian restaurant but her lease is canceled the first day. Kaye Ballard and Bernie Kopell join the cast as semi-regulars.

September 21, 1970: The Feminist
Season 3, episode 2
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Denver Pyle

With Elvia Allman (Harriet Henderson), Jason Evers (David Cowley), Robert Shayne (Andrew McIntyre), Lavina Dawson (Clara).
Doris is caught up in the Women's Liberation movement when she is assigned to gain the magazine the rights to a militant feminist's book.

September 28, 1970: How Can I Ignore The Man Next Door?
Season 3, episode 3
W: Budd Grossman   D: Denver Pyle

With Billy DeWolfe (Willard Jarvis).
Doris runs afoul of Mr. Jarvis when he moves into the apartment next door.

October 5, 1970: Dinner For One
Season 3, episode 4
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Kaye Ballard (Angie Pallucci), Bernie Kopell (Louie Pallucci), Stubby Kaye (Bum), Robert Emhardt (Dudley Grey), Eldon Quick (Perry Ferguson).
Doris tries to help publicize Angie and Louie's restaurant and almost succeeds in having the place closed down.

October 12, 1970: Doris Leaves Today's World (1)
Season 3, episode 5
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Lew Ayres (William Tyler), Pat Cranshaw (Fred), Robert Hathaway (Tom Roberts).
Publicity-shy billionaire William Tyler lures Doris away from Today's World magazine with a large salary and her own secretary.

October 19, 1970: Doris Leaves Today's World (2)
Season 3, episode 6
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Lew Ayres (William Tyler), Pat Cranshaw (Fred), John Stuart (Jameson), Teru Shimada (Mr. Orokumu), Richard Angarola (Mr. Constantine).
Doris' glamorous life as exective secretary to billionaire WIlliam Tyler loses much of its appeal when, while in Greece, she learns that Toby is missing at home.

October 26, 1970: The Fashion Show
Season 3, episode 7
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Johnny Haymer (Montagne), Harriet Medin (Marie LeClerc), Miguel Landa (Jacques Giroux).
Doris agrees to model the fashions of a French couturier but is unaware that a competitor has assigned an agent-saboteur to wreck the showing.

November 2, 1970: Lost And Found
Season 3, episode 8
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Jerry Crews (Stage Manager), Buddy Lewis (Mr. Vincent).
Doris joins Myrna on a search for a magazine article she's misplaced and it leads to an audition as go-go dancers for both of them.

November 9, 1970: Duke The Performer
Season 3, episode 9
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Reza Badiyi

With Larry Storch (Duke Farentino), Norman Alden (Nicky Burke).
Ex-boxer Duke Farentino's debut as a nightclub entertainer is so disastrous that Doris vows he'll be a hit yet -- with her help!

November 16, 1970: Doris The Spy
Season 3, episode 10
W: Budd Grossman   D: Reza Badiyi

With John McGiver (Chief Fleming), James B. Sikking (Horace Bowers), John Kroger (Nelson), Kay Stewart (Emma Fleming), B.J. Mason (Foster).
Doris is taken into custody by federal agents who believe her to be a foreign spy.

November 23, 1970: Tony Bennett Is Eating Here
Season 3, episode 11
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Kaye Ballard (Angie Pallucci), Bernie Kopell (Louie Pallucci), Tony Bennett (Himself), Jerome Guardino (Man).
Doris Martin gets an opportunity to interview Tony Bennett for her magazine and winds up getting him cornered by a mob of adoring fans.

November 30, 1970: Cousin Charlie
Season 3, episode 12
W: Budd Grossman   D: Reza Badiyi

With Van Johnson (Charlie Webb), Peter Hobbs (Mr. Donovan), Read Morgan (Officer), Henry Hunter (Mr. Williams).
Doris' cousin, a happy-go-lucky, globetrotting vagabond, is unintentionally transformed by Doris into a nervous wreck of a businessman.

December 7, 1970: Love Makes The Pizza Go Round
Season 3, episode 13
W: Budd Grossman   D: Reza Badiyi

With Kaye Ballard (Angie Pallucci), Bernie Kopell (Louie Pallucci), Paula Victor (Fortune Teller), Charles Cirillo (Mario).
Doris' efforts to help Angie renew her husband's romantic interest brings unexpected results.

December 14, 1970: Buck Visits The Big City
Season 3, episode 14
W: Budd Grossman   D: Reza Badiyi

With King Moody (Policeman), Iris Adrian (Roxie Harris), John Gallaudet (George Stoner), Denver Pyle (Buck Webb), Geraldine Ewing (Helen).
Doris persuades her father to pay her a visit, then must figure out some way to keep him entertained while she's at work and the kids are at school.

December 21, 1970: It's Christmas Time In The City
Season 3, episode 15
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Billy DeWolfe (Willard Jarvis), Denver Pyle (Buck Webb), Bernie Kopell (Louie Pallucci), Carol Worthington (Ethel Weber), John Lawrence (Santa).
Sour Mr. Jarvis throws a wet blanket on Doris' Christmas party for her coworkers and friends.

December 28, 1970: Doris vs. Pollution
Season 3, episode 16
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Edward Andrews (Colonel Fairburn), Kay E. Kuter (Mr. Gwynn), James B. Sikking (Fred Sutton), Carol Worthington (Ethel Weber), Jerome Guardino (Cab Driver), Owen Bush (Serviceman).
Doris puts Today's World publisher Colonel Fairburn on the hot seat when she launches a slashing anti-pollution attack on a factory, then discovers he also heads the corporation which owns the pollution-spewing plant.

January 11, 1971: The Forward Pass
Season 3, episode 17
W: Budd Grossman   D: Reza Badiyi

With Dick Gautier (Joe Garrison), Tony Giorgio (Maitre d'), Vern Rowe (Hawker), Gordon Jump (Man).
Ron Harvey uses Doris as bait to trap a playboy football star for an interview.

January 18, 1971: Duke's Girlfriend
Season 3, episode 18
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Larry Storch (Duke Farentino), Charlene Polite (Allison Peabody), Alan DeWitt (Salesman).
Love-smitten Duke Farentino appears to need protection from a gold-digging socialite so Doris appears to provide it.

January 25, 1971: Jarvis' Uncle
Season 3, episode 19
W: Budd Grossman   D: Reza Badiyi

With Billy De Wolfe (Willard / Randolph Jarvis).
Mr. Jarvis' uncle, much to Doris' delight, proves to be not the slightest like his nephew.

February 1, 1971: Lassoin' Leroy
Season 3, episode 20
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With James Hampton (Leroy B. Simpson), Carol Worthington (Ethel Weber), Dan Scott (Tex Bradshaw), Paul Sorenson (John Wilkinson), Rusty Loudermilk (Red Davis), Vern Rowe (Waiter), Winnie Collins (Clara Bixby).
Now married and with a family, Leroy B. Simpson arrives in San Francisco for a rodeo with hopes of winning enough prize money to buy a ranch.

February 8, 1971: Colonel Fairburn, Jr.
Season 3, episode 21
W: Budd Grossman, Don Genson   D: Reza Badiyi

With Edward Andrews (Colonel Fairburn), Rick Ely (Clifford Fairburn), Larry Gelman (Terry Madden).
Doris is caught in the middle when her boss' son is put in charge during his father's absence and the young man begins transforming the magazine into a hippie bulletin.

February 15, 1971: Billy's First Date
Season 3, episode 22
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With Ricardo Montalban (Richard Cordovan), Lisa Gerritsen (Sue Ann Cordovan), Aline Towne (Mrs. Gessford), Ceil Cabot (Hostess).
Doris starts a feud with a stranger, who turns out to be the father of Billy's first girlfriend.

February 22, 1971: Doris Goes To Hollywood
Season 3, episode 23
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul, Don Genson   D: Reza Badiyi

With Henry Fonda (Himself), Oscar Beregi Jr. (Otto Von Braunstein), Paula Victor (Secretary), Joey Forman (Harry Maret), William Tregoe (Mr. Conroy).
Doris Martin wins a Doris Day look-alike contest and a trip to Hollywood.

March 1, 1971: Skiing Anyone?
Season 3, episode 24
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Reza Badiyi

With John Gavin (Dr. Forbes), Miguel Angel Landa (Jacques DuBois), Robert Kenneally (Room Clerk), Michael Stearns (Bellhop), Robert Shayne (Mr. Gilroy), Scott Perry (Bill Walley).
A charming physician takes a powerful interest in Doris after they meet at a swank ski resort.

March 8, 1971: The Father-Son Weekend
Season 3, episode 25
W: Budd Grossman   D: Reza Badiyi

With John Astin (Jim Keatley), John Lupton (Chuck Rogers), H.M. Wynant (Gary Hansen), Richard Steele (Bradley Keatley), Ted Foulkes (Dean Rogers), Billy McMickle (Chris Hansen).
Doris raises some eyebrows and hackles when she escorts son Toby on a YMCA father-son weekend campout.

March 15, 1971: Young Love
Season 3, episode 26
W: Bob Sand   D: Reza Badiyi

With Meredith Baxter (April), Michael Burns (Peter), Brenda Sykes (Dulcie), Bobby Griffin (Coleman), Abbi Henderson (Erica), Bruce Kimmel (David), Dick Van Patten (April's Father), Alan Oppenheimer (Doctor), Glorya Lord (April's Mother).
Doris is called on for some family counseling -- in the middle of the night -- by her niece, who feels her marriage is crumbling because her college student-husband can't stand the thought of becoming a father.





September 13, 1971: And Here's ... Doris
Season 4, episode 1
W: Laurence Marks   D: Norman Tokar

With Jim Wells (Jim), Joseph Mell (Jacob Berns), Alan DeWitt (Professor Frisbee), Bob Crane (Bob Carter).
In the season-opening episode, Doris Martin, a full-fledged writer for Today's World magazine, is sent by her editor to interview the host of a late-night TV talk show, but the plan misfires. John Dehner and Jackie Joseph join the regular cast for the series' fourth season.

September 20, 1971: Mr. And Mrs. Raffles
Season 4, episode 2
W: Arthur Julian   D: Norman Tokar

With Billy De Wolfe (Willard Jarvis), Ken Lynch (Detective Broder), H.M. Wynant (Rodney), Lynette Mettey (Dolly), Dick Wilson (Clerk), Charles Wagenheim (Pop Jenson).
A nighttime stroll to the post office turns into a trip to jail for Doris and her neighbor, Mr. Jarvis.

September 27, 1971: When In Rome, Don't
Season 4, episode 3
W: Richard Powell   D: Jerry London

With Cesare Danova (Carlo Benadetti), Dick Patterson (Albert), Ryan MacDonald (Clerk), Lew Palter (Pietro).
While in Rome on a short vacation, Doris falls in love with an Italian artist and is heartbroken when the romance is mysteriously ended.

October 4, 1971: Charity Begins At The Office
Season 4, episode 4
W: Phil Sharp   D: William Wiard

With Estelle Winwood (Rhoda), Winnie Collins (Agnes), Joey Forman (Roger Sidney), Will B. Able (Gordon), Elvia Allman (Mrs. Fairburn), Ford Lile (Stan Steele).
Doris exposes a charity racketeer after her boss's wife enlists her help in staging a benefit ball.

October 11, 1971: A Weighty Problem
Season 4, episode 5
W: Arthur Julian   D: William Wiard

With Iris Adrian (Mrs. Miggins), Kaye Ballard (Angie Pallucci).
Angie Pallucci accompanies Doris on an undercover assignment to a swank spa to cajole information from the wife of a soon-to-be-released convict.

October 18, 1971: The People's Choice
Season 4, episode 6
W: Arthur Julian   D: William Wiard

With Billy De Wolfe (Willard Jarvis), Hal Peary (Sam Appleton), June Wilkinson (Laura).
Doris determines to get a corrupt councilman out of office by getting Mr. Jarvis elected in his stead.

October 25, 1971: A Fine Romance
Season 4, episode 7
W: Laurence Marks   D: Norman Tokar

With Robert Lansing (Sgt. Bill Winston), John Fiedler (Harvey Krantz), Michael Fox (Capt. Mallory), Gordon Jump (Robinson), Bunny Summers (Lucy).
Researching an article on computer dating, Doris becomes the object of some research by her "perfect match".

November 1, 1971: The Albatross
Season 4, episode 8
W: Arthur Julian   D: Irving J. Moore

With Van Johnson (Charlie Webb), Felice Orlandi (Antoine), Sabrina Scharf (Valerie Becker), Paul Sorensen (Bartender).
Doris' seafaring cousin Charlie involves her in international espionage.

November 8, 1971: Have I Got A Fellow For You
Season 4, episode 9
W: Arthur Julian   D: William Wiard

With Kaye Ballard (Angie Pallucci), Nico Minardos (Nico), Alan Hale Jr. (Charlie Dinser), John Stephenson (Lt. Walker), Barbara Nichols (Mrs. Hollister), Peggy Mondo (Stella Nordini).
Angie Pallucci decides to find Doris a husband.

November 15, 1971: To England With Doris
Season 4, episode 10
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Jon Cypher (Sir Robert Kingsley), Diana Chesney (Mother Kingsley), Laurie Main (Father Kingsley), Dick Wilson (Callahan).
In England, Doris is forced to choose between love and the serialization rights to a book, or no love -- and maybe no job.

November 22, 1971: The Shiek Of Araby
Season 4, episode 11
W: Arthur Julian   D: William Wiard

With Dick Gautier (Omar), Richard Angarola (Col. Ben-Ali), Vanda Barra (Queen), Henry Corden (King).
Doris Martin becomes the key figure in an international incident when taken hostage by a handsome rebel.

November 29, 1971: Doris And The Doctor
Season 4, episode 12
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Paula Victor (Patient), Lew Palter (Luigi).
Doris is ordered to research a medical expose and a romantic doctor.

December 6, 1971: Happiness Is Not Being Fired
Season 4, episode 13
W: Arthur Julian   D: Irving J. Moore

With Kaye Ballard (Angie Pallucci), Bruce Kirby (Vito Carlotti), Rick Hurst (Mechanic), Lou Krugman (Phony Vito), Joseph Ruskin (Harry), Don Newsome (Officer).
Doris and Angie wind up as witnesses and potential casualties in an attempted robbery.

December 13, 1971: Whodunnit, Doris?
Season 4, episode 14
W: Gary Belkin   D: Marc Daniels

With Charles Nelson Reilly (Ralph Mantley), Cliff Norton (Harry Miller), Ken Lynch (Detective Broder), Walter Sande (Head Santa).
Doris Martin's nose for news sets her up to become the second victim of a Santa-disguised killer.

December 27, 1971: The Wings Of An Angel
Season 4, episode 15
W: Richard Powell   D: Richard Kinon

With Marc Lawrence (Frankie Fury), David Doyle (Warden McPherson), Dick Patterson (Albert), Jack Griffin (Guard).
Editor Cy Bennett envisions his magazine exposing the nation's major crime syndicate when he assigns Doris to interview at the state prison a notorious mobster who claims he wants to squeal.

January 3, 1972: Doris At Sea
Season 4, episode 16
W: Laurence Marks   D: Marc Daniels

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Anthony Caruso (Nicholas Kavros), Karl Bruck (Captain), James W. Gavin (Pilot), Vern Rowe (Messenger).
Dr. Peter Lawrence presses Doris into service as his surgical nurse when he's required to perform an emergency operation on Greek billionaire Nicholas Kavros.

January 10, 1972: The Sorrow Of Sanapur
Season 4, episode 17
W: Richard Powell   D: William Wiard

With Larry Hovis (Hassan), Lloyd Bochner (Insp. Stephen Shawcross), Henry Corden (Maharajah), Arlene Martel (Maharani), Ben Wright (Insp. Medoc).
Doris becomes an unwitting accomplice in the theft of a fabulous gem while traveling on an Orient Express-like journey through France with her boss.

January 17, 1972: The Blessed Event
Season 4, episode 18
W: Arthur Julian   D: Bruce Bilson

With Kaye Ballard (Angie Pallucci), Bernie Kopell (Louie Pallucci), Henry Hunter (Randolph Chandler), Paula Victor (Nina), Joan Lemmo (Stella Nordimi).
Doris discovers that Angie is expecting and hurriedly organizes a surprise baby shower. What Doris didn't discover is that what Angie is expecting is a litter of pups.

January 24, 1972: Who's Got The Trenchcoat?
Season 4, episode 19
W: Don Genson   D: William Wiard

With Regis Toomey (Charley Smith), Paula Victor (Sister Clara), Charles Wagenheim (Milt Schweitzer).
A skid row derelict has possession of Doris Martin's boss' precious trenchcoat.

January 31, 1972: Doris's House Guest
Season 4, episode 20
W: Arthur Julian   D: Bruce Bilson

With Jack Dodson (Henry Thurston), Barbara Hale (Thelma King), Billy De Wolfe (Willard Jarvis).
Doris' boss orders her to get his sister-in-law married.

February 7, 1972: The Crapshooter Who Would Be King
Season 4, episode 21
W: Richard Powell   D: Edward H. Feldman

With John Banner (Bruno), Lee Bergere (Prince Rupert), Henry Corden (Emile), Richard Angarola (Antoine).
A corpulent butler with romantic intentions dupes Doris into believing he's the elusive prince she's been seeking for an interview.

February 21, 1972: Cover Girl
Season 4, episode 22
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Norman Stuart (Dr. Backscheider), Rory Calhoun (Matt Lawrence), Cesare Danova (Carlo Benedetti).
Doris persuades famous artist Carlo Benedetti to paint a cover illustration for her magazine and gets into hot water with her boss when Benedetti fails to deliver.

February 28, 1972: Gowns By Louis
Season 4, episode 23
W: Arthur Julian   D: William Wiard

With Werner Klemperer (Jacques Moreau), Joseph Mell (Louie Salkawitz), Lester Fletcher (Claude), Charles Cirillo (Vito).
Doris persuades French fashion show director Jacques Moreau to allow her own couturier -- dry cleaning and alterations shopkeeper Louis Salkawitz -- to participate in the international event.

March 6, 1972: There's A Horse Thief In Every Family Tree
Season 4, episode 24
W: Phil Sharp   D: Norman Tokar

With Robert Emhardt (Nesbitt Townsend), Sandy Kenyon (Randolph), Harriet MacGibbon (Helen Townsend), Ceil Cabot (Cook).
Doris becomes a scapegoat after she writes an article about a horsethief-ancestor of a prominent San Francisco family.





September 11, 1972: No More Advice ... Please
Season 5, episode 1
W: Laurence Marks   D: Marc Daniels

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Don Chastain (Eric Stewart), Luis de Cordova (Jules).
The fifth season begins with Dr. Lawrence seeing his seemingly solid romance with Doris threatened by an anthropology professor whose written a best-selling novel.

September 18, 1972: The Great Talent Raid
Season 5, episode 2
W: William Raynor, Myles Wilder   D: William Wiard

With Ralph Story (John Scott), Glynn Turman (Chris Davis), Luis de Cordova (Jules).
After allowing John Scott, editor of Prestige Magazine, to lure her away to his staff, Doris yearns for her old pals and tries to think of a way to return to Cy Bennett's magazine.

September 25, 1972: Just A Miss Understanding
Season 5, episode 3
W: Charlotte Brown   D: Lee Philips

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Jack DeMave (Dave Jenson), Joe Hoover (Jim).
Dr. Peter Lawrence is mystified by Doris' constant fatigue when she secretly resorts to moonlighting to solve a pressing economic problem.

October 2, 1972: The Press Secretary
Season 5, episode 4
W: Laurence Marks   D: Richard Kinon

With Patrick O'Neal (Jonathan Rusk), Julie Adams (Louise Rusk).
Doris Martin takes a leave of absence from the magazine to serve as press secretary to a handsome Congressional candidate. She then finds herself simultaneously fending off the amorous advances of her new boss and the unethical demands of her old one.

October 9, 1972: Peeping Tom
Season 5, episode 5
W: Arthur Julian   D: Marc Daniels

With Larry Hovis (Larry Madison), John Stephenson (Sgt. Murdock), Joseph V. Perry (Sam).
Cy Bennett's chance at winning the annual Man of the Year award as San Francisco's outstanding citizen is in peril.

October 16, 1972: Forgive And Forget
Season 5, episode 6
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Ginny Golden (Toni Rolfe), Noah Keen (Dr. Jerry Kruger), Jo De Winter (Marcia Kruger), Aline Towne (Louise Mercer), John Kroger (Herb Franklin), Murray Pollack (Walter Mercer).
Dr. Peter Lawrence infuriates his sweetheart into ignoring what she has preached in a widely discussed magazine article.

October 23, 1972: Debt Of Honor
Season 5, episode 7
W: Phil Sharp   D: Peter Lawford

With Richard Schaal (Greg Mitchell), Ed Begley Jr. (Wally), Sid Melton (Al), Luis de Cordova (Jules).
Doris Martin tries to collect an old debt in order to save her worldly goods when a young couple default on a loan for which she co-signed.

November 6, 1972: Jimmy The Gent
Season 5, episode 8
W: Laurie Samara, Courtney Andrews   D: Marc Daniels

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Elvia Allman (Nurse Howard), Walter Burke (Jimmy/George Callahan), Florida Friebus (Miss Peabody), Charles Wagenheim (Mr. Jenkins), Paul Sorensen (Captain Morton), John Lawrence (Eddie Dubbins).
Doris Martin masquerades as an accident victim and then as a nurse in an attempt to get herself into a hospital long enough to interview a notorious safecracker who is confined there with an injury.

November 13, 1972: The Music Man
Season 5, episode 9
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Paul Hampton (Johnny Reb), Eldon Quick (Jack Barton), Anne Randall (Nancy), Ed Garner (Charlie).
Doris Martin spends so much time interviewing a rock music star that word spreads through San Francisco that the young singer and Doris are a serious item.

November 20, 1972: Detective Story
Season 5, episode 10
W: Charlotte Brown   D: Richard Kinon

With Roger C. Carmel (Gen. Nikolai Smaltzoff), Alan Oppenheimer (Marvin Patterson), Joseph V. Perry (Sasha), Ford Lile (Reporter), Dave Morick (Boris), Lidia Kristen (Zelinka).
Doris Martin becomes the prey of an East European wolf, General Nikolai Smaltzoff, when she tries to investigate the truth of a report that he secretly plans to defect to the West.

November 27, 1972: The Co-Op
Season 5, episode 11
W: Arthur Julian   D: Roger Duchowny

With Billy De Wolfe (Willard Jarvis), Henry Corden (Murray Lohman), Misty Rowe (Mrs. Sinclair), Daniel Keough (Mr. Sinclair), Lester Fletcher (Lance Baker), Alan DeWitt (Lester Hansen), Paula Victor (Yetta Lohman).
Doris Martin and the other tenants in the apartment building are horrified when their fellow tenant, the ill-tempered Mr. Jarvis, suddenly becomes their new landlord.

December 11, 1972: Anniversary Gift
Season 5, episode 12
W: Arthur Julian   D: Roger Duchowny

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Kay Stewart (Mrs. Winston), Rick Hurst (Herb), Dick Van Patten (Sam), William Tregoe (Mr. Winston).
Doris Martin is in danger of losing both her job and Dr. Peter Lawrence because of an antique car she insists on driving.

December 18, 1972: The New Boss
Season 5, episode 13
W: Laurence Marks   D: Marc Daniels

With Edward Andrews (Colonel Fairburn), John Myhers (Tom Grainger), Ben Wrigley (Charlie), Jack Wells (Fred), Joe Hoover (Jim).
Associate editor Doris Martin replaces Cy Bennett as editor-in-chief when the publisher decrees the shakeup in an attempt to upgrade staff efficiency.

January 1, 1973: Follow That Dog
Season 5, episode 14
W: William Raynor, Myles Wilder   D: William Wiard

With Bruce Gordon (Mr. Benedict), Paul Stewart (George Cantrell), Joseph Ruskin (Harry), Jack Griffin (Mr. Adams), James B. Sikking (Detective Charles), John Stephenson (Detective Douglas), Dave Morick (Frank).
A stranger makes an astounding offer to Doris Martin -- he'll pay $10,000 if she will babysit with his small terrier for two weeks while he is out of town. When Doris accepts, she becomes the target of crooks.

January 8, 1973: The Hoax
Season 5, episode 15
W: Laurence Marks   D: Lee Philips

With Andy Griffith (Mitch Folger), Ryan MacDonald (James Waterhouse), Ceil Cabot (Actress), Read Morgan (George), Alan DeWitt (John), David Frank (Ozzie).
A glib operator of a Hollywood talent agency and acting school promises to lead Doris Martin to a lucrative career as an actress.

January 15, 1973: The Last Huzzah
Season 5, episode 16
W: Arthur Julian   D: Richard Kinon

With Henry Jones (Sam Johnson), Daniel Keough (Mr. Sinclair).
Doris decides to save a feisty retirement-age employee on the magazine from retirement.

January 22, 1973: Hospital Benefit
Season 5, episode 17
W: Laurence Marks   D: Roger Duchowny

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Lee Meriwether (Lois Frazier), Noah Keen (Dr. Robertson), Peggy Rea (Nurse Dawson), Betty McGuire (Nurse).
When Doris Martin offers to help her boyfriend, Dr. Peter Lawrence, out of an embarrassing jam by appearing at a fashion show, the result appears likely to ruin their romance.

January 29, 1973: It's A Dog's Life
Season 5, episode 18
W: Arthur Julian   D: Roger Duchowny

With Billy De Wolfe (Willard Jarvis), Cliff Norton (Dog Catcher), Henry Corden (Murray Lohman), Ford Lile (Policeman).
A couple of stray dogs are adopted by Doris, and bring all sorts of trouble when Mr. Jarvis finds out about them and threatens to call the dog catcher.

February 5, 1973: Family Magazine
Season 5, episode 19
W: Laurence Marks, Don Genson   D: Lee Philips

With Jon Cypher (Sir Robert Kingsley), Dick Wilson (Motel Manager), Martin Ashe (Willoughby), John Kroger (Jack).
Cy Bennett schemes to try and rekindle a romance between Doris Martin and her adoring old friend, Sir Robert Kingsley, in an attempt to con Sir Robert into selling the magazine rights to his newest book.

February 12, 1973: A Small Cure For Big Alimony
Season 5, episode 20
W: Arthur Julian   D: Lee Philips

With Norma Crane (Donna Bennett), Lee Bergere (Jeff O'Neal), Buddy Lewis (Artie), Marcel Hillaire (George).
Cy Bennett is ecstatic at the thought that his ex-wife may be on the verge of remarrying, thereby relieving him of paying her alimony.

February 19, 1973: The Magnificent Fraud
Season 5, episode 21
W: William Raynor, Myles Wilder   D: Marc Daniels

With Kay E. Kuter (Professor), Dan Tobin (Vincent Bissel), Bernie Kopell (Uncle August Von Kappelhoff), Martin Ashe (Smedley), Towyna Thomas (Maid).
Doris Martin risks arrest for grand larceny in order to save her uncle, a loveable art forger, from taking the rap.

February 26, 1973: Meant For Each Other
Season 5, episode 22
W: Courtney Andrews, Laurie Samara   D: Roger Duchowny

With Patrick O'Neal (Jonathan Rusk), Peter Hobbs (Mr. Roberts), Joe Ross (Mr. Wilson), Jack Wells (Talk Show Host), Sharyn Winters (Prime Minister Singh), Louise Lane (Nurse).
When a globetrotting television news correspondent pays a surprise visit to San Francisco to see his old flame Doris, wedding bells seem just over the horizon.

March 5, 1973: Welcome To Big Sur
Season 5, episode 23
W: William Raynor, Myles Wilder   D: William Wiard

With Patrick O'Neal (Jonathan Rusk), Sid Melton (Sid), Paul Vaughn (Clerk).
Doris Martin and her boyfriend Jonathan Rusk plan a weekend at Big Sur, only to see it shattered when her office pal Jackie and her boyfriend arrive to barge in on the arrangement.

March 12, 1973: Byline. . . Alias Doris
Season 5, episode 24
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Joey Forman (Scotty), Paul Fix (Senator Bergson), Ceil Cabot (Melissa Murphy), Louise Lewis (Mrs. Bergson).
One of Doris Martin's fellow staff writers on the magazine craftily manages to use Doris' talent to reap journalistic glory for himself.


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