Sep. 23, 1969

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The Governor & J.J.

The Governor And J.J. TV show was a comedy series about the Governor of a state who's wife died, so his daughter "J.J." took her mother's place as the 1st lady of the state. The series won a Golden Globe award in 1970 for "Best TV Show".

Character Guide | Cast/Crew | Guest Stars
George Callisonplayed by James T. Callahan Gov. William Drinkwaterplayed by Dan Dailey
played by Dan Dailey
Jennifer Jo Drinkwaterplayed by Julie Sommars
played by Julie Sommars
Sara Andrewsplayed by Nora Marlowe
played by Nora Marlowe
Maggie McLeodplayed by Neva Patterson
played by Neva Patterson
Orrin Hackerplayed by Edward Platt
played by Edward Platt
Doc Simonplayed by Edward Everett Horton Al Burnsplayed by Jack DeLeon
played by Jack DeLeon
Voiceplayed by Sebastian Cabot
played by Sebastian Cabot
Senator Barkusplayed by Tol Avery
played by Tol Avery
Mr. Harbachplayed by Robert H. Harris Fredplayed by Roy Stuart
played by Roy Stuart
Script Girlplayed by Sarah Hardy
played by Sarah Hardy
Charleyplayed by Tom Ewell
played by Tom Ewell
Rupertplayed by Scatman Crothers  

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