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Desi Arnaz Papers, 1947-1976 | Special Collections & University Archives

By Michael William Lapins

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Collection Overview

Title: Desi Arnaz Papers, 1947-1976Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1966-1974

Primary Creator: Arnaz, Desi (1917-1986)

Extent: 13.0 Linear Feet

Arrangement:

I. Personal Records

II. Desilu Productions

III. Desi Arnaz Productions

  1. Mothers in Law

  2. Correspondence

  3. Episode Files

IV. Publications

Subjects: Arnaz, Desi, 1917-1986--Archives, Arnaz family--Archives, Ball, Lucille, 1911-1989, Chairman of the Board (Television program), Desi Arnaz Productions--Archives, Desilu Productions--Archives, Entertainers--California, Southern--Biography, I love Lucy (Television program), Mothers-in-law (Television program), Television comedies, Television programs--Plots, themes, etc

Forms of Material: Personal Papers, Slides, Video Recordings

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Desi Arnaz Collection consists of Arnaz’s personal notes and materials for his autobiography, A Book, and production materials from both “Desilu Productions” and “Desi Arnaz Productions, Inc.” (DAPI).  The Desilu Production items include films and related documents from 1951 to 1962.

The bulk of the collection consists of materials from Desi Arnaz Productions Inc., from 1966 to 1974.  This includes extensive production materials for the “The Mothers-In-Law,” a television show which aired from 1967 until 1969.  The files contain items such as scripts, story notes, talent agreements, production reports and call sheets.  There is also substantial correspondence surrounding the show from its sponsor, Procter & Gamble, and the advertising agency handling the account, Dancer-Fitzgerald-Samples.

Additionally, other materials from this period include the production materials from “The Carol Channing Show,” including a fully produced pilot that was never aired and materials relevant to a proposed series starring Desi Arnaz titled, “The Chairman of the Board.”  Materials for “The Chairman of the Board” include notes, ideas and pilot scripts.

The collection is divided in three series, each of which consists of separate materials further divided into associated files.

Series I: Personal consists of personal materials and preparatory notes for his 1976 autobiography; VHS copies of home movies shot in Las Cruces, NM on 16MM; photos of Arnaz's racehorses at the Del Mar racetrack; various production stills; and numerous get-well cards sent during a period of recuperation.

Series II: Desilu Productions consists of materials from Desilu Productions from the period of 1952 until 1961.  These include copies of Desi Arnaz’s Guestward Ho, directing contracts from 1960; 16 MM copies of some episodes of I Love Lucy, The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse and Land’s End.

Series III: Dezi Arnaz Productions consists of materials from Desi Arnaz Productions (DAPI), formed in 1965, including production materials and both 35MM and 16MM film for The Mothers-In-Law, The Carol Channing Show, and The Chairman of the BoardThe Mothers-In-Law (MIL) files and paperwork span the years 1966 – 1969 and contains files and paperwork for <span style="font-style: italic;">T</span>he Mothers-In-Law, which aired on NBC, at 8:30 PM on Sunday evenings from September 1967 until September 1969.

The Mothers-In-Law (MIL) materials have been divided into three separate subseries.

The first, Production Files, contains 9 folders of materials related to the production of the show.

1. Production files (9 Folders)

A. Story ideas

B. Writer’s contracts 1

C. Writer’s contracts 2

D. Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) notifications

E. Script and shooting schedules

F. Music rights and clearances

G. Sponsor credits

H. Answer print running dates

I. Directors Guild of America (DGA) availability lists

The second subseries, Correspondence Files, contain six folders of internal correspondence and letters sent to the production.

2. Correspondence files (4 Folders)

A. Production paperwork

B. Desi Arnaz correspondence

C. Viewer correspondence to production

D. Promotional correspondence to production

The third includes the individual show folders containing all materials relating to each of the 56 specific episodes of The Mothers-In-Law.  Each episode is divided into four folders of materials for that show, titled as follows: Scripts; Story and Writer’s files; Cast and Credits lists; and Production files.  Materials contained within each of these categories are further described below:

3. Episode Files

A. Scripts

Successive drafts; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, et al. (Number of folders vary depending on drafts)

B. Story and Writer’s files

Story/Script outlines, fragments, and revisions

Writer’s notes

Writer’s guild arbitration files

Any research materials

C. Cast and Credits lists

Tentative credit list

Tentative writing credits

Talent address sheets

William Morris talent agreements

Payment authorization for scripts

D. Production files

Internal production correspondence and reports

Call sheets

Day out of Days reports

NBC Broadcast standards

Production photographic proof sheets

In addition, the collection includes 16 MM copies of the edited individual episodes.  There is also a documentary on the making of The Mothers-In-Law, transferred from 16 MM onto VHS tape.

Series IV: Publications consists of publications.

Biographical Note

From the mid 1930s until the early 1970s, Desi Arnaz, born Desiderio Alberto Arnaz de Archa III on March 2, 1917, achieved prominence first as a musician and later in film and television.  After leaving Cuba in 1933 due to the arrival of the Batista government, Desi and his mother fled to Miami, Florida, where his father later joined them.  Desi Arnaz joined Xaiver Cugat’s band in 1934 and toured with the group before striking out on his own.  Earning renown as the “Miami Rhumba King,” the musician and eventual bandleader went north to perform in New York nightclubs.  In 1939 he starred in the Broadway production of “Too Many Girls.”  When RKO Pictures in Hollywood purchased the play in 1940, Arnaz made his motion picture debut in the film version.  He reprised his role as the lead character, playing opposite Lucille Ball (1911-1989). Their meeting began a relationship that led to their marriage later that year.  The couple purchased property in the Chatsworth area of the San Fernando Valley, which they named the Desilu Ranch.

With the advent of World War II, Arnaz entertained the troops with his band, and he enlisted in the US Army in 1943, serving until 1945.  Between 1945 and 1951, Arnaz worked in radio and film and also performed in clubs as a bandleader.  During this period he and Lucille sought projects in which they could perform in together.  Ball, then starring in a radio program called “My Favorite Husband,” was approached by CBS, which was interested in moving the radio show to the newly developed medium of television.  Formed initially to manage Arnaz’s band, Desilu Productions was expanded to become the banner under which the couple produced their first hit in the new medium. Lucille Ball negotiated a deal with CBS allowing her and Arnaz to play the fictitious husband and wife team of Lucy and Ricky Ricardo in their new TV show, “I Love Lucy.”

Running from 1951 until 1956, “I Love Lucy” was only one show on the roster of Desilu Productions.  With the purchase of RKO studios in 1956, Arnaz expanded the company’s facilities to allow for increased production.  Between 1951 until 1962, Desilu produced such shows as “Our Miss Brooks” (a vehicle starring Eve Arden who later started in “The Mothers-In-Law”).  Other notable productions included “The Untouchables,” “Guestward Ho,” and “The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse.”  The couple divorced in 1960 and Ball bought Arnaz out in 1962; afterwards, Ball assumed complete control of the production company.  Desi chose semi-retirement and pursued his interests in breeding and raising racehorses, splitting his time between his two homes in Baja California, Mexico, and Del Mar, California.  In 1963, he married Edith Mack, a union that lasted until her death in 1983.

Signaling a return to television, Arnaz formed “Desi Arnaz Productions Incorporated” (DAPI) in 1965 as his new production entity.  With the development of “The Mothers-In-Law” (MIL) in 1966, and its subsequent appearance in prime time during the 1967 season, Arnaz assumed the role of the show’s director and also appeared in four of the episodes as Señor Raphael Del Gado.  In production from 1967 until 1969, “The Mothers-In-Law,” starring Eve Arden and Kaye Ballard, ran for three seasons on NBC.

As it turns out, his guest roles on “The Mothers-in-Law” were Desi's last sitcom work until his appearance twenty years later on “Alice” in 1978.  His only other major television appearances after the “Lucy” shows were on episodes of “The Men from Shiloh,” “Bonanza,” a pilot that ran as part of the “Perry Mason” series, a pilot that ran as an episode of another Raymond Burr series, "Ironside" (Dr. Domingo), as guest-host on “Saturday Night Live” in 1975, and on a Bob Hope special in 1976.

The 1970s marked a second retreat from television production, but Arnaz stayed busy nonetheless.  In 1971, a San Diego State University graduate student named Jim Yanizyn, who was writing his M.A. thesis on “The Mothers-In-Law,” contacted Arnaz. This contact led to Arnaz’s decision to donate the initial materials related to “The Mothers-In-Law” to San Diego State University, and a reception was held in the summer of 1971.  Retuning to SDSU in 1972 as a visiting professor, Arnaz taught classes in studio production and acting for television.  He also served as the United States ambassador to Latin America under Richard Nixon.  Arnaz’s autobiography, A Book, was published in 1976, and it spent a number of weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. Desi Arnaz completed his last film, “The Escape Artist,” in 1983 and died from cancer on December 2, 1986 at the age of 69.

Subject/Index Terms

Arnaz, Desi, 1917-1986--Archives
Arnaz family--Archives
Ball, Lucille, 1911-1989
Chairman of the Board (Television program)
Desi Arnaz Productions--Archives
Desilu Productions--Archives
Entertainers--California, Southern--Biography
I love Lucy (Television program)
Mothers-in-law (Television program)
Television comedies
Television programs--Plots, themes, etc

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections & University Archives

Accruals:

First accession, 1971

Second accession, 1972

Third accession, 1987

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions:

The copyright interests in these materials have not been transferred to San Diego State University. Copyright resides with the creators of materials contained in the collection or their heirs. The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections is such that copyright status may be difficult or even impossible to determine.  Requests for permission to publish must be submitted to the Head of Special Collections, San Diego State University, Library and Information Access. When granted, permission is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical item and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder(s), which must also be obtained in order to publish. Materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials.

Permission for commercial use or non-scholarly research must be obtained from the executors of the of Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball estates, which are maintained through the partnership of Desilu Too. No copying or photography from this collection is allowed without prior permission from Desilu Too. All rights to materials in the collection must be obtained in writing from “Desilu too.” It is the responsibility of the researcher to assure that all legal qualifications have been met prior to publication.

Acquisition Source: Desi Arnaz and Lucie Arnaz

Preferred Citation: Identification of item, folder title, box number, Desi Arnaz Papers, Special Collections and University Archives, Library and Information Access, San Diego State University.


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Series 3: Dezi Arnaz Productions, 1966-1974Add to your cart.
Contains materials originated under the banner of Desi Arnaz Productions Incorporated from 1966 until 1974 including The Mothers-In-Law, The Carol Channing Show, and The Chairman of the Board.
Sub-Series 1: Mothers in LawAdd to your cart.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Story ideasAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Writer's contractsAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Writer's contractsAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Writer's Guild of America (WGA) notificationsAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Script and shooting schedulesAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Music rights and clearancesAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Sponsor creditsAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Answer print running datesAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Directors Guild of America (DGA) availability listsAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 2: CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Production paperworkAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Desi Arnaz correspondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Viewer correspondence to productionAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Promotional correspondence to productionAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 3: Episode FilesAdd to your cart.
The arrangement of the shows is based as much as possible on the production number assigned to the individual episode.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin, September 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). A fight breaks out between the Hubbards and Buells about their children's wedding plans.
Folder 2: On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin, September 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). A fight breaks out between the Hubbards and Buells about their children's wedding plans.
Folder 3: On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin, September 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). A fight breaks out between the Hubbards and Buells about their children's wedding plans.
Folder 4: On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin, September 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). A fight breaks out between the Hubbards and Buells about their children's wedding plans.
Folder 5: On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin, September 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). A fight breaks out between the Hubbards and Buells about their children's wedding plans.
Folder 6: On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin, September 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). A fight breaks out between the Hubbards and Buells about their children's wedding plans.
Folder 7: On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin, September 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). A fight breaks out between the Hubbards and Buells about their children's wedding plans.
Folder 8: On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin, September 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). A fight breaks out between the Hubbards and Buells about their children's wedding plans.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Everybody Goes On A Honeymoon, September 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Carl Reindel, Bart Greene. The newlywed's honeymoon is over when the Hubbards and Buells show up at their resort hotel. Note: three 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 2: Everybody Goes On A Honeymoon, September 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Carl Reindel, Bart Greene. The newlywed's honeymoon is over when the Hubbards and Buells show up at their resort hotel. Note: three 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 3: Everybody Goes On A Honeymoon, September 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Carl Reindel, Bart Greene. The newlywed's honeymoon is over when the Hubbards and Buells show up at their resort hotel. Note: three 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 4: Everybody Goes On A Honeymoon, September 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Carl Reindel, Bart Greene. The newlywed's honeymoon is over when the Hubbards and Buells show up at their resort hotel. Note: three 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 5: The Newleyweds Move In, October 8, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Judy Franklin, Larry Bishop. Kaye and Eve promise not to interfere in their kids' lives when the kids move into their apartment above the Hubbard's garage.
Folder 6: The Newleyweds Move In, October 8, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Judy Franklin, Larry Bishop. Kaye and Eve promise not to interfere in their kids' lives when the kids move into their apartment above the Hubbard's garage.
Folder 7: The Newleyweds Move In, October 8, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Judy Franklin, Larry Bishop. Kaye and Eve promise not to interfere in their kids' lives when the kids move into their apartment above the Hubbard's garage.
Folder 8: The Newleyweds Move In, October 8, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Judy Franklin, Larry Bishop. Kaye and Eve promise not to interfere in their kids' lives when the kids move into their apartment above the Hubbard's garage.
Folder 9: The Wig Story, March 3, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Michael Morris; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye thinks Roger is in love with the blond wig she borrowed from Eve and not her.
Folder 10: The Wig Story, March 3, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Michael Morris; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye thinks Roger is in love with the blond wig she borrowed from Eve and not her.
Folder 11: The Wig Story, March 3, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Michael Morris; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye thinks Roger is in love with the blond wig she borrowed from Eve and not her.
Folder 12: The Wig Story, March 3, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Michael Morris; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye thinks Roger is in love with the blond wig she borrowed from Eve and not her.
Folder 13: The Wig Story, March 3, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Michael Morris; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye thinks Roger is in love with the blond wig she borrowed from Eve and not her.
Folder 14: The Wig Story, March 3, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Michael Morris; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye thinks Roger is in love with the blond wig she borrowed from Eve and not her.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: All Fall Down, September 24, 1967Add to your cart.
(Original title The Leg and I) Written by Hugh Wedlock & Alan Mannings; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Problems arise when both Kaye and Eve break their legs skiing.
Folder 2: All Fall Down, September 24, 1967Add to your cart.
(Original title The Leg and I) Written by Hugh Wedlock & Alan Mannings; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Problems arise when both Kaye and Eve break their legs skiing.
Folder 3: All Fall Down, September 24, 1967Add to your cart.
(Original title The Leg and I) Written by Hugh Wedlock & Alan Mannings; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Problems arise when both Kaye and Eve break their legs skiing.
Folder 4: All Fall Down, September 24, 1967Add to your cart.
(Original title The Leg and I) Written by Hugh Wedlock & Alan Mannings; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Problems arise when both Kaye and Eve break their legs skiing.
Folder 5: All Fall Down, September 24, 1967Add to your cart.
(Original title The Leg and I) Written by Hugh Wedlock & Alan Mannings; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Problems arise when both Kaye and Eve break their legs skiing.
Folder 6: All Fall Down, September 24, 1967Add to your cart.
(Original title The Leg and I) Written by Hugh Wedlock & Alan Mannings; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Problems arise when both Kaye and Eve break their legs skiing.
Folder 7: All Fall Down, September 24, 1967Add to your cart.
(Original title The Leg and I) Written by Hugh Wedlock & Alan Mannings; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Problems arise when both Kaye and Eve break their legs skiing.
Box 9Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Taylor?, October 22, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve throw their husbands out after they both admit they would like to have an affair with Elizabeth Taylor.
Folder 2: Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Taylor?, October 22, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve throw their husbands out after they both admit they would like to have an affair with Elizabeth Taylor.
Folder 3: Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Taylor?, October 22, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve throw their husbands out after they both admit they would like to have an affair with Elizabeth Taylor.
Folder 4: Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Taylor?, October 22, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve throw their husbands out after they both admit they would like to have an affair with Elizabeth Taylor.
Folder 5: A Night to Forget, October 1, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Maury Thompson; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Lou Krugman. Kaye and Eve are locked inside a store for the night.
Folder 6: A Night to Forget, October 1, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Maury Thompson; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Lou Krugman. Kaye and Eve are locked inside a store for the night.
Folder 7: A Night to Forget, October 1, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Maury Thompson; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Lou Krugman. Kaye and Eve are locked inside a store for the night.
Folder 8: A Night to Forget, October 1, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Maury Thompson; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Lou Krugman. Kaye and Eve are locked inside a store for the night.
Folder 9: A Night to Forget, October 1, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Maury Thompson; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Lou Krugman. Kaye and Eve are locked inside a store for the night.
Folder 10: A Night to Forget, October 1, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Maury Thompson; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Lou Krugman. Kaye and Eve are locked inside a store for the night.
Box 10Add to your cart.
Folder 1: My Son, The Actor, October 29, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells help Jerry win a part in the school play.
Folder 2: My Son, The Actor, October 29, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells help Jerry win a part in the school play.
Folder 3: My Son, The Actor, October 29, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells help Jerry win a part in the school play.
Folder 4: My Son, The Actor, October 29, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells help Jerry win a part in the school play.
Folder 5: The Great Bicycle Race, November 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells join a cycling club. Note: two 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 6: The Great Bicycle Race, November 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells join a cycling club. Note: two 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 7: The Great Bicycle Race, November 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells join a cycling club. Note: two 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 8: The Great Bicycle Race, November 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells join a cycling club. Note: two 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 9: The Great Bicycle Race, November 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells join a cycling club. Note: two 16mm copies in collection.
Folder 10: I'd Tell You I Love You, But We're Not Speaking, February 4, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Daniel and Mark Howard; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Brooks West. The kids use a group therapy session to get their parents to speak to each other again.
Folder 11: I'd Tell You I Love You, But We're Not Speaking, February 4, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Daniel and Mark Howard; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Brooks West. The kids use a group therapy session to get their parents to speak to each other again.
Folder 12: I'd Tell You I Love You, But We're Not Speaking, February 4, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Daniel and Mark Howard; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Brooks West. The kids use a group therapy session to get their parents to speak to each other again.
Folder 13: I'd Tell You I Love You, But We're Not Speaking, February 4, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Daniel and Mark Howard; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Brooks West. The kids use a group therapy session to get their parents to speak to each other again.
Box 11Add to your cart.
Folder 1: How Do You Moonlight A Meatball?, November 5, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Percy Helton. Eve helps Kaye sell her famous spaghetti and meatballs on the college campus to help pay off Suzie's ring.
Folder 2: How Do You Moonlight A Meatball?, November 5, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Percy Helton. Eve helps Kaye sell her famous spaghetti and meatballs on the college campus to help pay off Suzie's ring.
Folder 3: How Do You Moonlight A Meatball?, November 5, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Percy Helton. Eve helps Kaye sell her famous spaghetti and meatballs on the college campus to help pay off Suzie's ring.
Folder 4: How Do You Moonlight A Meatball?, November 5, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Percy Helton. Eve helps Kaye sell her famous spaghetti and meatballs on the college campus to help pay off Suzie's ring.
Folder 5: How Do You Moonlight A Meatball?, November 5, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Percy Helton. Eve helps Kaye sell her famous spaghetti and meatballs on the college campus to help pay off Suzie's ring.
Folder 6: I Thought He'd Never Leave, November 12, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Sydney Zelinka and Ronald Axe; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Larry Storch. A fugitive bank robber hides out at the Hubbard's home.
Folder 7: I Thought He'd Never Leave, November 12, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Sydney Zelinka and Ronald Axe; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Larry Storch. A fugitive bank robber hides out at the Hubbard's home.
Folder 8: I Thought He'd Never Leave, November 12, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Sydney Zelinka and Ronald Axe; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Larry Storch. A fugitive bank robber hides out at the Hubbard's home.
Folder 9: I Thought He'd Never Leave, November 12, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Sydney Zelinka and Ronald Axe; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Larry Storch. A fugitive bank robber hides out at the Hubbard's home.
Folder 10: I Thought He'd Never Leave, November 12, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Sydney Zelinka and Ronald Axe; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Larry Storch. A fugitive bank robber hides out at the Hubbard's home.
Folder 11: You Challenge Me To A What?, December 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger and Herb have a fight, which leads to Roger challenging Herb to a duel.
Folder 12: You Challenge Me To A What?, December 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger and Herb have a fight, which leads to Roger challenging Herb to a duel.
Folder 13: You Challenge Me To A What?, December 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger and Herb have a fight, which leads to Roger challenging Herb to a duel.
Folder 14: You Challenge Me To A What?, December 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger and Herb have a fight, which leads to Roger challenging Herb to a duel.
Folder 15: You Challenge Me To A What?, December 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger and Herb have a fight, which leads to Roger challenging Herb to a duel.
Box 12Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Through The Lurking Glass, November 26, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Howard Ostroff; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Jay Novello, Stafford Repp, Alan Reed Sr. When Roger is arrested, the whole family arrives in costumes to rescue him.
Folder 2: Through The Lurking Glass, November 26, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Howard Ostroff; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Jay Novello, Stafford Repp, Alan Reed Sr. When Roger is arrested, the whole family arrives in costumes to rescue him.
Folder 3: Through The Lurking Glass, November 26, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Howard Ostroff; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Jay Novello, Stafford Repp, Alan Reed Sr. When Roger is arrested, the whole family arrives in costumes to rescue him.
Folder 4: Through The Lurking Glass, November 26, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Howard Ostroff; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Jay Novello, Stafford Repp, Alan Reed Sr. When Roger is arrested, the whole family arrives in costumes to rescue him.
Folder 5: Divorce-Mother-In-Law Style, December 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids create a fake divorce to teach their mothers a lesson.
Folder 6: Divorce-Mother-In-Law Style, December 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids create a fake divorce to teach their mothers a lesson.
Folder 7: Divorce-Mother-In-Law Style, December 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids create a fake divorce to teach their mothers a lesson.
Folder 8: Divorce-Mother-In-Law Style, December 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids create a fake divorce to teach their mothers a lesson.
Folder 9: Divorce-Mother-In-Law Style, December 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids create a fake divorce to teach their mothers a lesson.
Folder 10: The Not Cold Enough War, December 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Herb Edelman, Bob Watson. Eve gives Kaye an old refrigerator but when it breaks down Kaye gets mad.
Folder 11: The Not Cold Enough War, December 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Herb Edelman, Bob Watson. Eve gives Kaye an old refrigerator but when it breaks down Kaye gets mad.
Folder 12: The Not Cold Enough War, December 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Herb Edelman, Bob Watson. Eve gives Kaye an old refrigerator but when it breaks down Kaye gets mad.
Folder 13: The Not Cold Enough War, December 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Herb Edelman, Bob Watson. Eve gives Kaye an old refrigerator but when it breaks down Kaye gets mad.
Folder 14: The Not Cold Enough War, December 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Herb Edelman, Bob Watson. Eve gives Kaye an old refrigerator but when it breaks down Kaye gets mad.
Box 13Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Everybody Wants To Be A Writer, December 31, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz & Elliot Lewis; Guest star Peter Whitney.  Eve and Kaye try to write a TV script but it turns our they stole it from another writer.
Folder 2: Everybody Wants To Be A Writer, December 31, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz & Elliot Lewis; Guest star Peter Whitney.  Eve and Kaye try to write a TV script but it turns our they stole it from another writer.
Folder 3: Everybody Wants To Be A Writer, December 31, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz & Elliot Lewis; Guest star Peter Whitney.  Eve and Kaye try to write a TV script but it turns our they stole it from another writer.
Folder 4: Everybody Wants To Be A Writer, December 31, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz & Elliot Lewis; Guest star Peter Whitney.  Eve and Kaye try to write a TV script but it turns our they stole it from another writer.
Folder 5: Everybody Wants To Be A Writer, December 31, 1967Add to your cart.
Written by William O'Hallaren; Directed by Desi Arnaz & Elliot Lewis; Guest star Peter Whitney.  Eve and Kaye try to write a TV script but it turns our they stole it from another writer.
Folder 6: Don't Give Up The Sloop, January 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells fight over who owns the boat they won on a game show.
Folder 7: Don't Give Up The Sloop, January 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells fight over who owns the boat they won on a game show.
Folder 8: Don't Give Up The Sloop, January 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells fight over who owns the boat they won on a game show.
Folder 9: Don't Give Up The Sloop, January 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells fight over who owns the boat they won on a game show.
Folder 10: Don't Give Up The Sloop, January 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and the Buells fight over who owns the boat they won on a game show.
Box 14Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Hombre Who Came To Dinner, January 14, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; directed by Elliot Lewis & Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Miguel Landa. The Hubbards get an unexpected visit from their friend Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter, who plans to stay for a while.
Folder 2: The Hombre Who Came To Dinner, January 14, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; directed by Elliot Lewis & Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Miguel Landa. The Hubbards get an unexpected visit from their friend Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter, who plans to stay for a while.
Folder 3: The Hombre Who Came To Dinner, January 14, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; directed by Elliot Lewis & Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Miguel Landa. The Hubbards get an unexpected visit from their friend Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter, who plans to stay for a while.
Folder 4: The Hombre Who Came To Dinner, January 14, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; directed by Elliot Lewis & Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Miguel Landa. The Hubbards get an unexpected visit from their friend Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter, who plans to stay for a while.
Folder 5: The Hombre Who Came To Dinner pt. 2, January 21, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis & Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Desi Arnaz, Jr. The Hubbards and Buells go to Mexico to appear on a variety show hosted by their friend, Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter.
Folder 6: The Hombre Who Came To Dinner pt. 2, January 21, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis & Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Desi Arnaz, Jr. The Hubbards and Buells go to Mexico to appear on a variety show hosted by their friend, Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter.
Folder 7: The Hombre Who Came To Dinner pt. 2, January 21, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis & Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Desi Arnaz, Jr. The Hubbards and Buells go to Mexico to appear on a variety show hosted by their friend, Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter.
Folder 8: The Hombre Who Came To Dinner pt. 2, January 21, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis & Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz, Desi Arnaz, Jr. The Hubbards and Buells go to Mexico to appear on a variety show hosted by their friend, Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter.
Folder 9: The Kids Move Out, January 7, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids decide to move out when their mothers' interference in their lives becomes too much for them to endure anymore.
Folder 10: The Kids Move Out, January 7, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids decide to move out when their mothers' interference in their lives becomes too much for them to endure anymore.
Folder 11: The Kids Move Out, January 7, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids decide to move out when their mothers' interference in their lives becomes too much for them to endure anymore.
Folder 12: The Kids Move Out, January 7, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The kids decide to move out when their mothers' interference in their lives becomes too much for them to endure anymore.
Folder 13: Herb's Little Helpers, February 11, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jerome Cowan. Eve becomes Herb's secretary when his regular calls in sick.
Folder 14: Herb's Little Helpers, February 11, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jerome Cowan. Eve becomes Herb's secretary when his regular calls in sick.
Folder 15: Herb's Little Helpers, February 11, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jerome Cowan. Eve becomes Herb's secretary when his regular calls in sick.
Folder 16: Herb's Little Helpers, February 11, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jerome Cowan. Eve becomes Herb's secretary when his regular calls in sick.
Box 15Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Bye, Bye Blackmailer, February 25, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve uses Herb's reserve money to pay back the loan he gave to Roger, without telling Herb he is being repaid with is own money.
Folder 2: Bye, Bye Blackmailer, February 25, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve uses Herb's reserve money to pay back the loan he gave to Roger, without telling Herb he is being repaid with is own money.
Folder 3: Bye, Bye Blackmailer, February 25, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve uses Herb's reserve money to pay back the loan he gave to Roger, without telling Herb he is being repaid with is own money.
Folder 4: Bye, Bye Blackmailer, February 25, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve uses Herb's reserve money to pay back the loan he gave to Roger, without telling Herb he is being repaid with is own money.
Folder 5: It's Only Money, March 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Sidney Zelinka; directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Romo Vincent. Herb plans to get even with Roger when he makes him pay half the bill at a restaurant despite the fact that Roger and Kaye ordered the more expensive dinners.
Folder 6: It's Only Money, March 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Sidney Zelinka; directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Romo Vincent. Herb plans to get even with Roger when he makes him pay half the bill at a restaurant despite the fact that Roger and Kaye ordered the more expensive dinners.
Folder 7: It's Only Money, March 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Sidney Zelinka; directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Romo Vincent. Herb plans to get even with Roger when he makes him pay half the bill at a restaurant despite the fact that Roger and Kaye ordered the more expensive dinners.
Folder 8: It's Only Money, March 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Sidney Zelinka; directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Romo Vincent. Herb plans to get even with Roger when he makes him pay half the bill at a restaurant despite the fact that Roger and Kaye ordered the more expensive dinners.
Folder 9: I Haven't Got A Secret, March 17, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger tells Kaye not to tell anyone that his scripts are being considered for a TV series, but Kaye doesn't know how to keep a secret.
Folder 10: I Haven't Got A Secret, March 17, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger tells Kaye not to tell anyone that his scripts are being considered for a TV series, but Kaye doesn't know how to keep a secret.
Folder 11: I Haven't Got A Secret, March 17, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger tells Kaye not to tell anyone that his scripts are being considered for a TV series, but Kaye doesn't know how to keep a secret.
Folder 12: I Haven't Got A Secret, March 17, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Peggy Chandler Dick; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars (none listed). Roger tells Kaye not to tell anyone that his scripts are being considered for a TV series, but Kaye doesn't know how to keep a secret.
Folder 13: Jerry's Night Out With The Boys, March 24, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz and Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jim Begg. When Jerry wants to go play poker and Suzie won't let him, their parents start taking sides in the fight.
Folder 14: Jerry's Night Out With The Boys, March 24, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz and Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jim Begg. When Jerry wants to go play poker and Suzie won't let him, their parents start taking sides in the fight.
Folder 15: Jerry's Night Out With The Boys, March 24, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz and Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jim Begg. When Jerry wants to go play poker and Suzie won't let him, their parents start taking sides in the fight.
Folder 16: Jerry's Night Out With The Boys, March 24, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz and Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jim Begg. When Jerry wants to go play poker and Suzie won't let him, their parents start taking sides in the fight.
Folder 17: Jerry's Night Out With The Boys, March 24, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz and Elliot Lewis; Guest star Jim Begg. When Jerry wants to go play poker and Suzie won't let him, their parents start taking sides in the fight.
Box 16Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Long, Long Weekend, March 31, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Paul Napier. The Hubbard and Buells become trapped in their mountain cabin when a snowstorm hits.
Folder 2: The Long, Long Weekend, March 31, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Paul Napier. The Hubbard and Buells become trapped in their mountain cabin when a snowstorm hits.
Folder 3: The Long, Long Weekend, March 31, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Paul Napier. The Hubbard and Buells become trapped in their mountain cabin when a snowstorm hits.
Folder 4: The Long, Long Weekend, March 31, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Paul Napier. The Hubbard and Buells become trapped in their mountain cabin when a snowstorm hits.
Folder 5: Jealousy Makes The Heart Grow Fonder, April 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Beverly Garland. Eve becomes jealous when one of Herb's old girlfriends comes for a visit.
Folder 6: Jealousy Makes The Heart Grow Fonder, April 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Beverly Garland. Eve becomes jealous when one of Herb's old girlfriends comes for a visit.
Folder 7: Jealousy Makes The Heart Grow Fonder, April 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Beverly Garland. Eve becomes jealous when one of Herb's old girlfriends comes for a visit.
Folder 8: Jealousy Makes The Heart Grow Fonder, April 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Beverly Garland. Eve becomes jealous when one of Herb's old girlfriends comes for a visit.
Folder 9: How Not To Manage A Rock Group, April 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Don Nelson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Joe Besser, John Myhers, The Seeds. The Hubbards and Buells invest in New York rock group called The Warts.
Folder 10: How Not To Manage A Rock Group, April 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Don Nelson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Joe Besser, John Myhers, The Seeds. The Hubbards and Buells invest in New York rock group called The Warts.
Folder 11: How Not To Manage A Rock Group, April 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Don Nelson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Joe Besser, John Myhers, The Seeds. The Hubbards and Buells invest in New York rock group called The Warts.
Folder 12: How Not To Manage A Rock Group, April 28, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Don Nelson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Joe Besser, John Myhers, The Seeds. The Hubbards and Buells invest in New York rock group called The Warts.
Folder 13: Here Comes The Bride, AgainAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars William Lanteau, Jeanette Nolan. The kids agree to hold a second wedding ceremony for Kaye's mother visiting from Italy.
Folder 14: Here Comes The Bride, AgainAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars William Lanteau, Jeanette Nolan. The kids agree to hold a second wedding ceremony for Kaye's mother visiting from Italy.
Folder 15: Here Comes The Bride, AgainAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars William Lanteau, Jeanette Nolan. The kids agree to hold a second wedding ceremony for Kaye's mother visiting from Italy.
Folder 16: Here Comes The Bride, AgainAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars William Lanteau, Jeanette Nolan. The kids agree to hold a second wedding ceremony for Kaye's mother visiting from Italy.
Folder 17: Season Two: The First Anniversary Is The HardestAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Joe Besser, Stafford Repp. Suzie gives away Jerry's jacket unaware that their parents hid money in it as a surprise gift for him.
Folder 18: Season Two: The First Anniversary Is The HardestAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Joe Besser, Stafford Repp. Suzie gives away Jerry's jacket unaware that their parents hid money in it as a surprise gift for him.
Folder 19: Season Two: The First Anniversary Is The HardestAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Joe Besser, Stafford Repp. Suzie gives away Jerry's jacket unaware that their parents hid money in it as a surprise gift for him.
Folder 20: Season Two: The First Anniversary Is The HardestAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Joe Besser, Stafford Repp. Suzie gives away Jerry's jacket unaware that their parents hid money in it as a surprise gift for him.
Box 17Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Didn't You Used To Be Ossie Snick?Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Ozzie Nelson. Kaye's former boyfriend band leader comes for a visit.
Folder 2: Didn't You Used To Be Ossie Snick?Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Ozzie Nelson. Kaye's former boyfriend band leader comes for a visit.
Folder 3: Didn't You Used To Be Ossie Snick?Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Ozzie Nelson. Kaye's former boyfriend band leader comes for a visit.
Folder 4: Didn't You Used To Be Ossie Snick?Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Ozzie Nelson. Kaye's former boyfriend band leader comes for a visit.
Folder 5: Didn't You Used To Be Ossie Snick?Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star Ozzie Nelson. Kaye's former boyfriend band leader comes for a visit.
Folder 6: Love Thy Neighbor, If You Can Get Him To MoveAdd to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Flashbacks show the Hubbards and Buells when they first met as neighbors.
Folder 7: Love Thy Neighbor, If You Can Get Him To MoveAdd to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Flashbacks show the Hubbards and Buells when they first met as neighbors.
Folder 8: Love Thy Neighbor, If You Can Get Him To MoveAdd to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Flashbacks show the Hubbards and Buells when they first met as neighbors.
Folder 9: Love Thy Neighbor, If You Can Get Him To MoveAdd to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Flashbacks show the Hubbards and Buells when they first met as neighbors.
Folder 10: A Little Prenancy Goes A Long Way, October 20, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Kaye and Eve think Roger and Herb are going to take them on a cruise to Hawaii.
Folder 11: A Little Prenancy Goes A Long Way, October 20, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Kaye and Eve think Roger and Herb are going to take them on a cruise to Hawaii.
Folder 12: A Little Prenancy Goes A Long Way, October 20, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Kaye and Eve think Roger and Herb are going to take them on a cruise to Hawaii.
Folder 13: A Little Prenancy Goes A Long Way, October 20, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Kaye and Eve think Roger and Herb are going to take them on a cruise to Hawaii.
Folder 14: I Didn't Raise Myself To Be A GrandmotherAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Bruce Kirby. Eve and Kaye decide they haven't done very much and set out to improve with their lives.
Folder 15: I Didn't Raise Myself To Be A GrandmotherAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Bruce Kirby. Eve and Kaye decide they haven't done very much and set out to improve with their lives.
Folder 16: I Didn't Raise Myself To Be A GrandmotherAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Bruce Kirby. Eve and Kaye decide they haven't done very much and set out to improve with their lives.
Folder 17: I Didn't Raise Myself To Be A GrandmotherAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Bruce Kirby. Eve and Kaye decide they haven't done very much and set out to improve with their lives.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Match Game, September 22, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Paul Lynde. The Hubbards and Buells plan to help Jerry keep his job at a computer dating service.
Folder 2: The Match Game, September 22, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Paul Lynde. The Hubbards and Buells plan to help Jerry keep his job at a computer dating service.
Folder 3: The Match Game, September 22, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Paul Lynde. The Hubbards and Buells plan to help Jerry keep his job at a computer dating service.
Folder 4: The Match Game, September 22, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Paul Lynde. The Hubbards and Buells plan to help Jerry keep his job at a computer dating service.
Folder 5: Even Mothers-In-Law Have Mothers-In-Law, October 20, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Doris Packer, Barbara Morrison. Herb and Roger's mothers pay a visit.
Folder 6: Even Mothers-In-Law Have Mothers-In-Law, October 20, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Doris Packer, Barbara Morrison. Herb and Roger's mothers pay a visit.
Folder 7: Even Mothers-In-Law Have Mothers-In-Law, October 20, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Doris Packer, Barbara Morrison. Herb and Roger's mothers pay a visit.
Folder 8: Even Mothers-In-Law Have Mothers-In-Law, October 20, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Fred S. Fox and Seamon Jacobs; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Doris Packer, Barbara Morrison. Herb and Roger's mothers pay a visit.
Folder 9: The Matador Makes A Movie, October 27, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz (as Raphael Del Gado) Desi Arnaz, Jr., John Myhers, Joseph Mell. When Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter, arrives in town to make a movie, the Hubbards and Buells invite him to a dinner party, which soon becomes a talent show as the hosts try to get parts in his film.
Folder 10: The Matador Makes A Movie, October 27, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz (as Raphael Del Gado) Desi Arnaz, Jr., John Myhers, Joseph Mell. When Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter, arrives in town to make a movie, the Hubbards and Buells invite him to a dinner party, which soon becomes a talent show as the hosts try to get parts in his film.
Folder 11: The Matador Makes A Movie, October 27, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz (as Raphael Del Gado) Desi Arnaz, Jr., John Myhers, Joseph Mell. When Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter, arrives in town to make a movie, the Hubbards and Buells invite him to a dinner party, which soon becomes a talent show as the hosts try to get parts in his film.
Folder 12: The Matador Makes A Movie, October 27, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest stars Desi Arnaz (as Raphael Del Gado) Desi Arnaz, Jr., John Myhers, Joseph Mell. When Raphael Del Gado, the bullfighter, arrives in town to make a movie, the Hubbards and Buells invite him to a dinner party, which soon becomes a talent show as the hosts try to get parts in his film.
Folder 13: Nome, Schnome, I'd Rather Have It At Home, December 8, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Henry Garson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star (none listed). Jerry and Suzie announce that they are moving to Alaska.
Folder 14: Nome, Schnome, I'd Rather Have It At Home, December 8, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Henry Garson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star (none listed). Jerry and Suzie announce that they are moving to Alaska.
Folder 15: Nome, Schnome, I'd Rather Have It At Home, December 8, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Henry Garson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star (none listed). Jerry and Suzie announce that they are moving to Alaska.
Folder 16: Nome, Schnome, I'd Rather Have It At Home, December 8, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Henry Garson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star (none listed). Jerry and Suzie announce that they are moving to Alaska.
Folder 17: Nome, Schnome, I'd Rather Have It At Home, December 8, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Henry Garson; Directed by Desi Arnaz; Guest star (none listed). Jerry and Suzie announce that they are moving to Alaska.
Box 19Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Birth Of Everything But The Blues, December 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland, Del Moore, Frank Inn, Mel Blanc as Voice of The Mynah Bird. Suzie becomes an animal babysitter to earn some extra money.
Folder 2: The Birth Of Everything But The Blues, December 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland, Del Moore, Frank Inn, Mel Blanc as Voice of The Mynah Bird. Suzie becomes an animal babysitter to earn some extra money.
Folder 3: The Birth Of Everything But The Blues, December 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland, Del Moore, Frank Inn, Mel Blanc as Voice of The Mynah Bird. Suzie becomes an animal babysitter to earn some extra money.
Folder 4: The Birth Of Everything But The Blues, December 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland, Del Moore, Frank Inn, Mel Blanc as Voice of The Mynah Bird. Suzie becomes an animal babysitter to earn some extra money.
Folder 5: The Birth Of Everything But The Blues, December 1, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland, Del Moore, Frank Inn, Mel Blanc as Voice of The Mynah Bird. Suzie becomes an animal babysitter to earn some extra money.
Folder 6: It's A Dogs Life, November 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Fisher and Arthur Marx; Director by Elliot Lewis; Guest Star John Byner (as animal inspector). Kaye and Eve both give the kids a puppy as a present. To keep the peace, Suzie and Jerry frantically juggle gifts, separately purchased by their mothers - a basset hound and a Yorkshire terrier.
Folder 7: It's A Dogs Life, November 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Fisher and Arthur Marx; Director by Elliot Lewis; Guest Star John Byner (as animal inspector). Kaye and Eve both give the kids a puppy as a present. To keep the peace, Suzie and Jerry frantically juggle gifts, separately purchased by their mothers - a basset hound and a Yorkshire terrier.
Folder 8: It's A Dogs Life, November 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Fisher and Arthur Marx; Director by Elliot Lewis; Guest Star John Byner (as animal inspector). Kaye and Eve both give the kids a puppy as a present. To keep the peace, Suzie and Jerry frantically juggle gifts, separately purchased by their mothers - a basset hound and a Yorkshire terrier.
Folder 9: It's A Dogs Life, November 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Fisher and Arthur Marx; Director by Elliot Lewis; Guest Star John Byner (as animal inspector). Kaye and Eve both give the kids a puppy as a present. To keep the peace, Suzie and Jerry frantically juggle gifts, separately purchased by their mothers - a basset hound and a Yorkshire terrier.
Folder 10: It's A Dogs Life, November 10, 1968Add to your cart.
Written by Robert Fisher and Arthur Marx; Director by Elliot Lewis; Guest Star John Byner (as animal inspector). Kaye and Eve both give the kids a puppy as a present. To keep the peace, Suzie and Jerry frantically juggle gifts, separately purchased by their mothers - a basset hound and a Yorkshire terrier.
Folder 11: Hail, Hail, The Gang's Still HereAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Eve and Herb hide under the bed so they won't be bothered by Kaye and Roger.
Folder 12: Hail, Hail, The Gang's Still HereAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Eve and Herb hide under the bed so they won't be bothered by Kaye and Roger.
Folder 13: Hail, Hail, The Gang's Still HereAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Eve and Herb hide under the bed so they won't be bothered by Kaye and Roger.
Folder 14: Hail, Hail, The Gang's Still HereAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Eve and Herb hide under the bed so they won't be bothered by Kaye and Roger.
Folder 15: Hail, Hail, The Gang's Still HereAdd to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Shirley Mitchell, Harry Hickox. Eve and Herb hide under the bed so they won't be bothered by Kaye and Roger.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Make Room For Baby, January 5, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and Buells decide to add another room to the kid's apartment and to save money by doing it themselves.
Folder 2: Make Room For Baby, January 5, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and Buells decide to add another room to the kid's apartment and to save money by doing it themselves.
Folder 3: Make Room For Baby, January 5, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and Buells decide to add another room to the kid's apartment and to save money by doing it themselves.
Folder 4: Make Room For Baby, January 5, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). The Hubbards and Buells decide to add another room to the kid's apartment and to save money by doing it themselves.
Folder 5: Haven't You Had That Baby Yet?, January 12, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland. Vonda Barra Kaye and Eve lose Suzie on the way to the hospital.
Folder 6: Haven't You Had That Baby Yet?, January 12, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland. Vonda Barra Kaye and Eve lose Suzie on the way to the hospital.
Folder 7: Haven't You Had That Baby Yet?, January 12, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland. Vonda Barra Kaye and Eve lose Suzie on the way to the hospital.
Folder 8: Haven't You Had That Baby Yet?, January 12, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Herb Voland. Vonda Barra Kaye and Eve lose Suzie on the way to the hospital.
Folder 9: And Baby Makes Four, January 19, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Alice Ghostley, Avery Schreiber. Suzie gives birth to twins, causing fights between the families about their names.
Folder 10: And Baby Makes Four, January 19, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Alice Ghostley, Avery Schreiber. Suzie gives birth to twins, causing fights between the families about their names.
Folder 11: And Baby Makes Four, January 19, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Alice Ghostley, Avery Schreiber. Suzie gives birth to twins, causing fights between the families about their names.
Folder 12: And Baby Makes Four, January 19, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Alice Ghostley, Avery Schreiber. Suzie gives birth to twins, causing fights between the families about their names.
Folder 13: Nanny Go Home, January 26, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Jeanette Nolan, Jerry Hausner. Eve and Kaye try to get rid of the nanny hired to watch the babies when she refuses to let them visit when they want to.
Folder 14: Nanny Go Home, January 26, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Jeanette Nolan, Jerry Hausner. Eve and Kaye try to get rid of the nanny hired to watch the babies when she refuses to let them visit when they want to.
Folder 15: Nanny Go Home, January 26, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Jeanette Nolan, Jerry Hausner. Eve and Kaye try to get rid of the nanny hired to watch the babies when she refuses to let them visit when they want to.
Folder 16: Nanny Go Home, January 26, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Jeanette Nolan, Jerry Hausner. Eve and Kaye try to get rid of the nanny hired to watch the babies when she refuses to let them visit when they want to.
Box 21Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Double Trouble In The Nursery, February 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve and Kaye volunteer to watch the babies while Jerry and Suzie go away for the weekend.
Folder 2: Double Trouble In The Nursery, February 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve and Kaye volunteer to watch the babies while Jerry and Suzie go away for the weekend.
Folder 3: Double Trouble In The Nursery, February 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve and Kaye volunteer to watch the babies while Jerry and Suzie go away for the weekend.
Folder 4: Double Trouble In The Nursery, February 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve and Kaye volunteer to watch the babies while Jerry and Suzie go away for the weekend.
Folder 5: Double Trouble In The Nursery, February 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Eve and Kaye volunteer to watch the babies while Jerry and Suzie go away for the weekend.
Folder 6: Void Where Prohibited By In-Laws, February 9, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Skip Webster; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Flip Mark. The girls try to win a cereal contest in order to win money to send the babies to college.
Folder 7: Void Where Prohibited By In-Laws, February 9, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Skip Webster; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Flip Mark. The girls try to win a cereal contest in order to win money to send the babies to college.
Folder 8: Void Where Prohibited By In-Laws, February 9, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Skip Webster; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Flip Mark. The girls try to win a cereal contest in order to win money to send the babies to college.
Folder 9: Void Where Prohibited By In-Laws, February 9, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Skip Webster; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Flip Mark. The girls try to win a cereal contest in order to win money to send the babies to college.
Folder 10: Void Where Prohibited By In-Laws, February 9, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Skip Webster; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Benny Rubin, Flip Mark. The girls try to win a cereal contest in order to win money to send the babies to college.
Folder 11: Guess Who's Coming Forever, February 23, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Scooey Mitchell. Eve and Kaye rent the kids' apartment to a black man when they move out.
Folder 12: Guess Who's Coming Forever, February 23, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Scooey Mitchell. Eve and Kaye rent the kids' apartment to a black man when they move out.
Folder 13: Guess Who's Coming Forever, February 23, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Scooey Mitchell. Eve and Kaye rent the kids' apartment to a black man when they move out.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Every In-Law Wants To Get In On The Act, March 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Jimmy Durante, Herbie Fay, Del Moore. The Hubbards and Buells decide to take Jerry's place performing at a nightclub when he comes down with the flu.
Folder 2: Every In-Law Wants To Get In On The Act, March 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Jimmy Durante, Herbie Fay, Del Moore. The Hubbards and Buells decide to take Jerry's place performing at a nightclub when he comes down with the flu.
Folder 3: Every In-Law Wants To Get In On The Act, March 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Jimmy Durante, Herbie Fay, Del Moore. The Hubbards and Buells decide to take Jerry's place performing at a nightclub when he comes down with the flu.
Folder 4: Every In-Law Wants To Get In On The Act, March 2, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Jimmy Durante, Herbie Fay, Del Moore. The Hubbards and Buells decide to take Jerry's place performing at a nightclub when he comes down with the flu.
Folder 5: Two On The Aisle, March 16, 1969Add to your cart.
Written Sidney Zelinka; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Joe Besser, Terry Carr. The Hubbards and Buells fight over who'll use two theater tickets they got in the mail.
Folder 6: Two On The Aisle, March 16, 1969Add to your cart.
Written Sidney Zelinka; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Joe Besser, Terry Carr. The Hubbards and Buells fight over who'll use two theater tickets they got in the mail.
Folder 7: Two On The Aisle, March 16, 1969Add to your cart.
Written Sidney Zelinka; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Joe Besser, Terry Carr. The Hubbards and Buells fight over who'll use two theater tickets they got in the mail.
Folder 8: Two On The Aisle, March 16, 1969Add to your cart.
Written Sidney Zelinka; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Joe Besser, Terry Carr. The Hubbards and Buells fight over who'll use two theater tickets they got in the mail.
Folder 9: Take Her, He's Mine, March 23, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Joi Lansing. Kaye becomes jealous of Roger's new secretary.
Folder 10: Take Her, He's Mine, March 23, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Joi Lansing. Kaye becomes jealous of Roger's new secretary.
Folder 11: Take Her, He's Mine, March 23, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Joi Lansing. Kaye becomes jealous of Roger's new secretary.
Folder 12: Take Her, He's Mine, March 23, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr.; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Joi Lansing. Kaye becomes jealous of Roger's new secretary.
Folder 13: Show Business Is No Business, March 30, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Don Rickle. Kaye and Eve both try to be Don Rickle's partner for the lodge benefit show.
Folder 14: Show Business Is No Business, March 30, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Don Rickle. Kaye and Eve both try to be Don Rickle's partner for the lodge benefit show.
Folder 15: Show Business Is No Business, March 30, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Don Rickle. Kaye and Eve both try to be Don Rickle's partner for the lodge benefit show.
Folder 16: Show Business Is No Business, March 30, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Don Rickle. Kaye and Eve both try to be Don Rickle's partner for the lodge benefit show.
Folder 17: Show Business Is No Business, March 30, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest star Don Rickle. Kaye and Eve both try to be Don Rickle's partner for the lodge benefit show.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Charge Of The Wife Brigade, April 6, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve try to find jobs to pay off their bills at the department store.
Folder 2: The Charge Of The Wife Brigade, April 6, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve try to find jobs to pay off their bills at the department store.
Folder 3: The Charge Of The Wife Brigade, April 6, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve try to find jobs to pay off their bills at the department store.
Folder 4: The Charge Of The Wife Brigade, April 6, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve try to find jobs to pay off their bills at the department store.
Folder 5: The Charge Of The Wife Brigade, April 6, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars (none listed). Kaye and Eve try to find jobs to pay off their bills at the department store.
Folder 6: The Not-So-Grand Opera, April 13, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Marni Nixon, Mary Jane Croft. Eve and Kaye try to get the leading role in their club opera production.
Folder 7: The Not-So-Grand Opera, April 13, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Marni Nixon, Mary Jane Croft. Eve and Kaye try to get the leading role in their club opera production.
Folder 8: The Not-So-Grand Opera, April 13, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Marni Nixon, Mary Jane Croft. Eve and Kaye try to get the leading role in their club opera production.
Folder 9: The Not-So-Grand Opera, April 13, 1969Add to your cart.
Written by Elaine Di Bello Bradish; Directed by Elliot Lewis; Guest stars Marni Nixon, Mary Jane Croft. Eve and Kaye try to get the leading role in their club opera production.
Folder 10: My Obstetriciand Is More Sensitive Than YoursAdd to your cart.
unproduced script
Folder 11: My Obstetriciand Is More Sensitive Than YoursAdd to your cart.
unproduced script
Folder 12: My Obstetriciand Is More Sensitive Than YoursAdd to your cart.
unproduced script
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Carol Channing Show: Production filesAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: The Chairman of the Board: Story ideasAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: The Chairman of the Board: Scripts draftsAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: The Chairman of the Board: Scripts finalsAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: The Chairman of the Board: Research materialsAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: The Chairman of the Board: Show correspondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Ham & Davey story outlineAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Casting fileAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.
2 VHS tapes/no audio. Transferred from the original 6 reels of 16mm film in the collection.
Item 2Add to your cart.
2 VHS tapes/no audio. Transferred from the original 6 reels of 16mm film in the collection.
Box 25Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Carol Channing Show, 1967Add to your cart.
Slides from the pilot episode (Tray 1)
Item 2: The Carol Channing Show, 1967Add to your cart.
Slides from the pilot episode (Tray 2)
Box 26Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Carol Channing Show, 1967Add to your cart.
Slides from the pilot episode (Tray 3)
Item 2: The Carol Channing Show, 1967Add to your cart.
Slides from the pilot episode (Tray 4)

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