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The Patty Duke Show

Cathy Lane, teen-aged daughter of a globe-trotting journalist, comes to live at the home of her uncle, a newspaper editor in New York City. Curiously, Cathy is the spitting image of her uncle's daughter, Patty. Appearances aside, however, the urbane Cathy is nothing like her cousin Patty, who is the typical American teenager.

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03x32 Do a Brother a Favor Aired: Apr. 27, 1966

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The Patty Duke Show is Canceled/Ended
The show had 3 seasons and 104 episodes air between 1963 and 1966.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Sep. 18, 1963
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
30 min.
Aired:
1963 - 1966
To-Date:
3 Seasons
104 Episodes
Network
ABC TV Network
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  • Although the series was still doing well enough in the Nielsen ratings, ABC decided not to renew it for a fourth season. ABC wanted all of their black & white shows to switch color…
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    Although the series was still doing well enough in the Nielsen ratings, ABC decided not to renew it for a fourth season. ABC wanted all of their black & white shows to switch color production. United Artists wanted more money to make the change. The network decided it would be more cost-effective to develop a new color show instead.
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  • William Schallert, who played Martin Lane (Patty's father), also played Kenneth Lane (Cathy's father and Martin's twin brother) during the Christmas episode where Martin was forced to fire…
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    William Schallert, who played Martin Lane (Patty's father), also played Kenneth Lane (Cathy's father and Martin's twin brother) during the Christmas episode where Martin was forced to fire Kenneth.
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  • Patty Duke was only 16 when production began and thus it was decided to film the show in New York at the Chelsea Studios in Manhattan. New York's child labor laws were more liberal than…
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    Patty Duke was only 16 when production began and thus it was decided to film the show in New York at the Chelsea Studios in Manhattan. New York's child labor laws were more liberal than California's--especially that state's Coogan Law (named after child actor Jackie Coogan), which regulated the working conditions of child actors. Filming in New York allowed Duke to work more hours per day, an advantage since she pretty much carried the show. Duke turned 18 during filming of the final (1965-66) season, and although the season started in New York, the whole production was moved to Hollywood by season's end much to the chagrin of Duke, who wished to stay in New York. Nevertheless, the setting of the series remained the same Brooklyn Heights neighborhood it had always been.
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