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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Ghost And Mrs. Muir' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'The Ghost And Mrs. Muir':


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

January 4, 1969: Dear Delusion
Season 1, episode 15
W: Jean Holloway   D: Gary Nelson

With Dan Tobin (Dr. Ryan McNally), Ralph Moody (Dr. Jim Mead).
A psychiatrist insists there is no ghost in the cottage -- he claims it's in Mrs. Muir's head.

January 11, 1969: Dog Gone!
Season 1, episode 16
W: Helen August   D: Oscar Rudolph

With Larry Hovis (Norbert Frank).
Scruffy disappears, and it seems to be the captain's fault.

January 18, 1969: A Pain In The Neck
Season 1, episode 17
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Lee Philips

With John Copage (Seth), James McCallion (Abner).
Convalescent Claymore settles in at Gull Cottage.

January 25, 1969: Strictly Relative
Season 1, episode 18
W: Albert E. Lewin   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With June Vincent (Marjorie Muir), Herb Voland (Ralph Muir).
The Captain helps Carolyn deal with her meddling in-laws.

February 1, 1969: Chowderhead
Season 1, episode 19
W: Joseph Bonaduce, Edward White   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Cecil Kellaway (Adm. Snedaker), Tom Kennedy (George Hooper), Mickey Manners (Jerry Chamberlyn).
The captain is angered when his picture appears on a soup label.

February 8, 1969: It's A Gift
Season 1, episode 20
W: Peggy Elliott, Ed Scharlach   D: Lee Philips

With Mason Curry (Deke Tuttle), J. Pat O'Malley (Ollie Wilkins), Billy Beck (Passerby).
The captain wants to reconcile with Carolyn.

February 15, 1969: Buried On Page One
Season 1, episode 21
W: Peggy Elliott, Ed Scharlach   D: John Erman

With Dabbs Greer (Norrie Coolidge), Richard Dreyfuss (Mark Finley).
The captain uses Carolyn's job at the newspaper to right an old wrong.

February 22, 1969: Make Me A Match
Season 1, episode 22
W: Howard Leeds   D: Gary Nelson

With Alice Ghostley (Aggie Burns), Bill McLean (Waiter).
Carolyn and the captain play matchmaker for Claymore.





September 18, 1969: The Great Power Failure
Season 2, episode 1
W: Dan Beaumont, Joel Kane   D: Jay Sandrich

With Mason Curry (Deke Tuttle), Betsy Moreland-Jones (Mrs. Post), Treva Frazee (Mrs. Jenkins).
Carolyn plans to hold a PTA meeting at Gulf Cottage over Capt. Gregg's objections.

September 25, 1969: Centennial
Season 2, episode 2
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jay Sandrich

With Mason Curry (Deke Tuttle), George Mitchell (Jonah Applewhite), Irwin Charone (Delbert Peterson).
Carolyn dresses in 19th century fashions for the Schooner Bay Centennial while Capt. Gregg competes in the contests to win back his silver tea set.

October 2, 1969: There's A Seal In My Bathtub
Season 2, episode 3
W: Miles Wilder, William Raynor   D: John Erman

With Irwin Charone (Delbert Peterson).
The Muir children find an injured seal on the beach and believe that Claymore is the guilty hunter.

October 9, 1969: Double Trouble
Season 2, episode 4
W: Jean Holloway   D: John Erman

With Edward Mulhare (Sean Callahan), Lee Philips (George), Peter Hale (Harry), Vincent Deadrick (Man in Convertible).
Carolyn Muir's new suitor is an Irishman who not only looks like Capt. Gregg but claims to be a descendant.

October 16, 1969: Today I Am A Ghost
Season 2, episode 5
W: Si Rose   D: Lee Philips

With Dom DeLuise (Elroy Applegate).
An inept sailor from Capt. Gregg's past wants to be a successful ghost like him.

October 23, 1969: Madam Candidate
Season 2, episode 6
W: Ben Gershman, Sam Locke   D: Bruce Bilson

With Ed Begley.
Claymore is running unopposed for the post of City Council president until Carolyn writes an editorial on the one-horse race.

October 30, 1969: Not So Desperate Hours
Season 2, episode 7
W: Arthur Alsberg, Don Nelson   D: Gary Nelson

When three escaped convicts invade Gull Cottage, Capt. Gregg refuses to help Carolyn because she told him to stop interfering in her life.

November 6, 1969: Medium Well-Done
Season 2, episode 8
W: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso   D: Jay Sandrich

A medium claims she can rid Gull Cottage of Capt. Gregg's ghost, and Claymore offers all the help he can.

November 13, 1969: Surprise Party
Season 2, episode 9
W: Peggy Elliott, Ed Scharlach   D: Gary Nelson

Carolyn and the children plan a surprise party for the Captain, but don't know how to keep it a surprise.

November 20, 1969: The Firehouse Five Plus Ghost
Season 2, episode 10
W: Tom Waldman, Frank Waldman   D: Gary Nelson

Carolyn, with some help from Capt. Gregg, starts a campaign to rid the town of its antiquated fire engine.

November 27, 1969: The Spirit Of The Law
Season 2, episode 11
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: John Erman

Carolyn is jailed while fighting to save the cottage when the county wants to place towers for high tension lines on the land.

December 11, 1969: Puppy Love
Season 2, episode 12
W: Jean Holloway   D: John Erman

With Mark Lester (Mark Helmore).
Carolyn is concerned when Candy comes home from school infatuated with a new student from England.

December 18, 1969: Host To The Ghost
Season 2, episode 13
W: Ron Friedman   D: Bruce Bilson

With Guy Raymond (Peevey), Gil Lamb (Harvey), Kathleen Freeman (Charity).
While Gull Cottage is being repaired, Claymore has as his houseguest Capt. Gregg. Seems he frightened off the workers.

December 25, 1969: The Ghost Of Christmas Past
Season 2, episode 14
W: Jean Holloway   D: Jay Sandrich

Each family dreams about Christmas, and Claymore in particular gets a good haunting a la Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."

January 1, 1970: Ladies' Man
Season 2, episode 15
W: Howard Leeds   D: John Erman

Capt. Gregg and Carolyn Muir give Claymore a helping hand when he becomes convinced that he's no good as a lover.

January 8, 1970: Not So Faust
Season 2, episode 16
W: Arthur Alsberg, Don Nelson   D: Lee Philips

Claymore tries to cheat Mrs. Muir on the renewal of her lease on Gull Cottage, so Capt. Gregg gives him a nightmare in which he loses his soul.

January 23, 1970: Tourist, Go Home
Season 2, episode 17
W: Dan Beaumont, Joel Kane   D: Lee Philips

With Kenneth Mars (Joshua T. Albertson), Guy Raymond (Peavey), Gil Lamb (Harvey).
Carolyn and Claymore decide to make Schooner Bay a tourist attraction against Capt. Gregg's advice.

January 30, 1970: No Hits, No Runs, No Oysters
Season 2, episode 18
W: John Murtay   D: David Alexander

Jonathan tries out for the Little League team and is a flop. Manager Claymore is very disappointed. Capt. Gregg offers to help in his special way, but Carolyn refuses to let him.

February 6, 1970: Dig For The Truth
Season 2, episode 19
W: Ruth Brooks Flippen   D: Lee Philips

Capt. Gregg causes trouble for the Muirs when he claims an ancestor founded the Schooner Bay school.

February 13, 1970: Pardon My Ghost
Season 2, episode 20
W: Jean Holloway   D: Jay Sandrich

Claymore decides to donate Capt. Gregg's art treasures to Goodwill for a tax deduction, but the Captain promptly takes the items out of the charity agency.

February 20, 1970: Martha Meets The Captain
Season 2, episode 21
W: Arthur Alsberg, Don Nelson   D: Lee Philips

With Reta Shaw.
Martha prepares to leave for Florida to take care of her mother, and becomes upset when nobody seems to care.

February 27, 1970: Amateur Night
Season 2, episode 22
W: Arthur Alsberg, Don Nelson   D: Jay Sandrich

When Capt. Gregg talks Carolyn into putting on a show to raise funds for a seamen's home that burned down, they have to use local talent for the show because they can't hire pros.

March 6, 1970: Curious Cousin
Season 2, episode 23
W: Dan Beaumont, Joel Kane   D: Lee Philips

With Alice Ghostley (Cousin Harriet).
Snoopy cousin Harriet comes visiting and thinks she's in for a dull weekend. Then she spots Capt. Gregg's pipe.

March 13, 1970: Wedding Day
Season 2, episode 24
W: Jean Holloway   D: Carl Shain

Mrs. Muir's folks think it might be a nice surprise to plan a wedding for her and the captain. (Last show of the series.)


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