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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'To Rome With Love' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'To Rome With Love':

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

October 5, 1969: Hello, Aunt Harriet
Season 1, episode 2

With John Myhers (Arturo de Palma), Hap Holmwood (John Barkley).
Aunt Harriet's distrust of Italians melts away when a handsome doctor invites her to dinner.

October 12, 1969: The Roman From Iowa
Season 1, episode 3

With Reva Rose (Margetta), Joan Freeman (Alice).
Mike Endicott's romance with a pretty tourist seems destined to fade because of his masquerade as an Italian.

November 16, 1969: A Palazzo Is Not A Home
Season 1, episode 7

With Leslie Parrish (Elaine), Vito Scotti (Nico).
Mike Endicott looks up a girl he knew in Rome during the war and finds she is now a wealthy countess.

January 4, 1970: Anything Can Happen In Rome
Season 1, episode 12

With Peter Brocco (Lorenzo), Anna Maria Alberghetti (Eleanora).
A famous ballerina draws Mike into the excitement of a celebrity's life.

January 11, 1970: A Gown For Allison
Season 1, episode 13

With Alain Patrick (Marius), Eva Soreny (Contessa).
Finding the right gown for the occasion turns into a major project for Alison -- and her dad -- when she's invited to the opera by a young count.

January 18, 1970: One Coin In The Fountain
Season 1, episode 14

With Vito Scotti (Gino Mancini).
Penny finds a Roman coin and believes she's going to trade it for a fortune -- until she discovers that Pokey has tossed it in the Trevi Fountain to make her wish come true.

January 25, 1970: To Go Home Again
Season 1, episode 15

With Diane McBain (Connie Phillips), Sal Ponti (Prof. Cortona).
On a business trip to his hometown, Mike faces a problem with his sister-in-law who gets romantic ideas about returning to Rome with him; meanwhile, back in Rome, Penny panics when she hears Alison planning an elopement.

February 1, 1970: The Pied Piper Of Rome
Season 1, episode 16

With Sean Garrison (George), Lillian Adams (Signora Spoletti).
An expatriate American artist asks Alison to pose for him -- and she is sure it means love.

February 8, 1970: My Daughter Penny
Season 1, episode 17
W: Blanche Hanalis   D: Charles Barton

With Tim Weldon (Antonio), Bobby Riha (David Warren), Jean-Michel Michenaud (Nico).
When Penny gets a crush on an Italian boy and decides to give up her tomboy ways, her father decides to "encourage" her femininity by arranging for one of his students to ask her for a date.

March 1, 1970: Beautiful People
Season 1, episode 18
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles Barton

With Nina Foch (Diana Masterson), Heather Menzies (Andrea), Carl Esmond (Kurt).
Mike Endicott becomes the target of a wealthy woman who wants to lure him into the jet-set.

March 8, 1970: Birds, Bees And Romans
Season 1, episode 19

With Lee Casey (Mario), Jean-Michel Michenaud (Nico), Vitina Marcus (Signora Cardozza).
Unnoticed by all, Pokey brings home a baby she finds unattended in a park while her father joins the frantic neighborhood search for the infant.

March 15, 1970: The Pretty Little Girl
Season 1, episode 20

With Ahna Capri (Julie), Vitina Marcus (Professor Venturi).
Mike Endicott thinks Alison's pretty friend is just a young girl -- until she sets out to charm him.

March 29, 1970: Father's Choice
Season 1, episode 21

With Michel Panaleff (Antonini).
Mike is entangled in some fast footwork when a father-daughter dance with Alison and a ballet recital with Penny fall on the same night.

April 5, 1970: A Friend For Penny
Season 1, episode 22

With Christine Matchett (Maria), Jean-Michel Michenaud (Nico).
Penny finds a new friend in the daughter of a wealthy family who's too busy to notice the child's growing attachment to the Endicotts.

April 26, 1970: Spring Vacation
Season 1, episode 23

With Francine York (Francesca), Maria Grimm (Lisa), Carl Milletaire (Nero).
Alison learns it's no fun being head of the family when she takes charge so that father Mike can take a skiing vacation.

May 3, 1970: West Of Rome
Season 1, episode 24

With Fabrizio Mioni (Bruno), Anthony Caruso (Giacomo), Robert Priest (Valerio).
Mike is hired as the technical adviser of a western movie and finds his biggest problem is Penny's infatuation with the film's star.

May 10, 1970: Our Friend Gino
Season 1, episode 25

With Patricia Medina (Bianca Rossano), Vito Scotti (Gino), Robert Priest (Chauffeur).
A simple favor turns complicated when Alison loans Gino the apartment so he can impress an old girl friend.

May 17, 1970: We Remember Mama
Season 1, episode 26

With Nancy Malone (Janice).
An old friend from home helps Mike learn something about his daughters.

September 15, 1970: Here Comes Andy
Season 2, episode 1

With Brioni Farrell (Margot Borelli), Guy Wilkerson (Ed Newberry).
Walter Brennan joins the cast as the series returns at a new day and time for its second season. Grandpa Andy Pruitt (Brennan) sells his farm and flies to Rome for a visit but soon believes he's wearing out his welcome.

September 22, 1970: A Day In The Country
Season 2, episode 2

With Michael Blodgett (Dr. Hank Martin), Vito Scotti (Gino), Frank Puglia (Mr. Bibo).
When a long-haired young philosophy professor takes Alison on a motorcycle date in the country, Grandpa decides to follow -- as an uninvited chaperone.

September 29, 1970: Baby Of The Family
Season 2, episode 3

With Mary Ann Mobley (Joan Hamilton), Remo Pisani (Mario), Jean-Michel Michenaud (Nico).
A movie star invites the Endicotts to a premiere and to visit her film set. Pokey and Grandpa make their own problems when she's left behind as too young and he's cast as an aging baby sitter.

October 6, 1970: Roman Affair
Season 2, episode 4

With Sebastian Cabot (Giles French), Anissa Jones (Buffy Davis), Johnny Whitaker (Jody Davis).
Mike Endicott comes to the rescue of Mr. French, who is detained at the airport by Interpol as a suspected jewel thief.

October 13, 1970: A Boy To Remember
Season 2, episode 5

With Claudio Martinez (Paolo), Jonathan Lippe (Professor Watkins), Ellen Clark (Mrs. Watkins).
Penny wants her father to adopt a homeless Italian boy -- a mute little bicycle thief.

October 20, 1970: Rome Is Where You Find It
Season 2, episode 6

With Argentina Brunetti (Josie), Don Grady (Robbie Douglas), Tina Cole (Katie Miller Douglas), William Demarest (Uncle Charley O'Casey).
My Three Sons co-stars Uncle Charley, Robbie and Katie visit Rome and the Endicotts. Uncle Charley enlists Mike's aid in finding a World War I girlfriend as Robbie and Katie hope for a second honeymoon.

October 27, 1970: Lire From Heaven
Season 2, episode 7

With Barbara McNair (Celeste), Richard Angarola (Maitre d'), Vito Scotti (Gino).
A singing nightclub proprietress figures mysteriously in a shower of good fortune for the Endicotts.

November 10, 1970: Grandpa In Charge
Season 2, episode 8

With Frank Puglia (Bibo), Gil Serna (Policeman).
Grandpa Pruitt keeps a strict eye on the girls while their father is out of town -- but winds up in trouble himself when he plants corn in a national shrine.

November 17, 1970: The Catnip Club
Season 2, episode 9

With Craig Stevens (Bill), Elaine Devry (Maggie), A.G. Vitanza (Bartoletti), Carmelo Manto (Maitre D').
Prof. Endicott's former college roommate, now entrepreneur of the swinging, international Catnip Clubs, persuades financially troubled Mike to moonlight as manager of his newest club opening in Rome.

November 24, 1970: The Rose Garden
Season 2, episode 10

With Dana Wynter (Dutchess), Eugene Mazzola (Vittorio).
Grandpa Pruitt matches stubbornness with a class-conscious contessa -- first over flowers, then over romance.

December 1, 1970: The Boy Next Door
Season 2, episode 11

With Josephine Hutchinson (Mrs. Kinneman), Richard Bull (Collins), Ricky Kelman (Jerry).
Love hits the family when Grandpa Pruitt gets turned on by a lonely Illinois widow who moves in next door, and Alison's heart is captured by a vacationing Iowa boy.

December 8, 1970: The Runaways
Season 2, episode 12

With Linda Foster (Valerie), Paul Micale (Proprietor).
Penny and Pokey run away from home to clear the way for their father's marriage to a pretty airline stewardess.

December 15, 1970: Fly Away Home
Season 2, episode 13

With Lilyan Chauvin (Mme. Roget), Robert Deman (Pietro).
While Grandpa dedicates himself to saving the life of a wounded dove, Alison seems more interested in a new boyfriend than winning an art scholarship in Paris.

December 29, 1970: Dr. Andy
Season 2, episode 14

With Philip Frame (Charles), Victoria Vetri (Christina).
Controlled panic is a bylaw when it appears Mama Vitale's niece is going to give premature birth at the Endicott's apartment.

January 5, 1971: Making The Scene
Season 2, episode 15

With Geoffrey Deuel (Gary), Quinn O'Hara (Sheila), Danny Llorens (Eddie).
Alison accidentally gets a part in a hippie movie and decides she wants to change her life-style to wander through Europe.

January 13, 1971: Bonsai
Season 2, episode 16

With Beulah Quo (Mrs. Okada), Teru Shimada (Okada), Miko Mayama (Etsu), Page Forsythe (Sandy).
Prof. Endicott and his new neighbor, a Japanese instructor in oriental flower arrangement, face the same problem -- teenage daughters who want more freedom.

January 20, 1971: Beauty And The Judge
Season 2, episode 17

With Elayne Blythe (Mother), Ralph Manza (Giotto).
Mike lets Grandpa Pruitt talk him into becoming the judge of a beauty pageant in which his daughter Alison is a contestant.

January 27, 1971: Age Of Life
Season 2, episode 18

With Robert Deman (Alfredo), Johnny Jensen (Roy), Margaret Field (Stephanie), Taldo Kenyon (Desk Clerk), Frank Puglia (Bibo).
Penny gets a crush on an older boy, wihle Grandpa Andy loses his head over a pretty American tourist, young enough to be his daughter.

February 3, 1971: Mike And The Countess
Season 2, episode 19

With Victoria Shaw (Countess Marie), Mark de Vries (Eric).
When Alison begins dating the son of a poor Austrian countess, Mike is warned that the boy must marry a wealthy girl, not the daughter of a poor professor.

February 10, 1971: The Stray Cat
Season 2, episode 20

With Betty Anne Rees (Sally), John Howard (Headmaster).
The Endicotts take in a jaded American girl, an exotic dancer down on her luck in Rome, and try to give her a new lease on life.

February 17, 1971: Yankee Trader
Season 2, episode 21

With Vito Scotti (Gino), Frank Puglia (Mr. Bibo), Bill Zuckert (Andres).
Grandpa Pruitt's Iowa "horse-trading" talents come in right handy when his family faces eviction because their apartment building is about to be torn down.

February 24, 1971: Boy Meets Penny
Season 2, episode 22

With Kathleen Hughes (Mrs. Blaine), Randy Whipple (Ralphie Blaine).
Penny struggles with a guilty conscience after she and her pal Nico accept money for playing with a lonely American boy. (Last show of the series.)

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