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The Saturday Film: With Six You Get Eggroll

Synopsis

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starring Doris Day , Brian Keith
Abby McClure is perfectly content with her life as a widow, running a lumber yard with the help of her three sons. Her sister Maxine, however, is convinced that Abby needs another husband and introduces her to Jake Iverson , a widower with a teenage daughter. Against all the odds, Abby and Jake do form a romantic attachment-but their children are determined to thwart any attempt to merge the two families.
Screenplay by GWEN BAGNI , PAUL DUBOV HARVEY BULLOCK and R. S. ALLEN Produced by MARTIN MELCHER Directed by HOWARD MORRIS
(First showing on British television) Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Doris Day
Unknown: Brian Keith
Unknown: Abby McClure
Unknown: Jake Iverson
Unknown: Gwen Bagni
Unknown: Paul Dubov
Unknown: Harvey Bullock
Unknown: R. S. Allen
Produced By: Martin Melcher
Directed By: Howard Morris
Abby McClure: Doris Day
Jake Iverson: Brian Keith
Maxine Scott: Pat Carroll
Stacey Iverson: Barbara Hershey
Herbie Fleck: George Carlin
Housekeeper: Alice Ghostley
Chicken truck driver: Vic Tayback
JoJO: Jamie Farr
Flip McClure: John Findlater
Mitch McClure: Jimmy Bracken
Jason McClure: Richard Steele
Harry Scott: Herbert Voland






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