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Debbie Watson is the ideal perky teenager of the 1960s, who started when she became one of the hopefuls of Ted Mack & the Original Amateur Hour (1948) in 1963 and, the following year, she starred as "Karen Scott" in Karen (1964) on "90 Bristol Court" (1964) and, after that, she's the 3rd and last actress to play "Tammy Tarleton" on Tammy (1965)... See full bio »
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 1970-1971 Love, American Style (TV Series)
Linda (segment "Love and the New Roommate") / Amy (segment "Love and the First-Nighters")
- Love and the Banned Book/Love and the First-Nighters/Love and the King (1970) ... Amy (segment "Love and the First-Nighters")
 1967-1969 The Virginian (TV Series)
Eileen Linden / Lucy Marsh
- Eileen (1969) ... Eileen Linden
- Requiem for a Country Doctor (1967) ... Lucy Marsh
 1967 The Cool Ones
Hallie Rogers
 1967 Mr. Terrific (TV Series)
Jenny May
- Stanley and the Mountaineers (1967) ... Jenny May
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 1967 The Cool Ones (performer: "This Town", "The Cool Ones", "High", "Have a Tantrum", "It's Your World", "When You Touched My Hand", "Baby, Baby, Your Love Is All I Need")
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 2003 Biography (TV Series documentary) (very special thanks - 1 episode)
- The Munsters: America's First Family of Fright (2003) ... (very special thanks)
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 2003 Biography (TV Series documentary)
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 1967 The Hollywood Stars of Tomorrow Awards (TV Movie)
Herself
 1965 You Don't Say (TV Series)
Herself
- Episode dated 15 February 1965 (1965) ... Herself
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Other Works:

She acted in Richard Norton Taylor's play, "The Colour of Justice: The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry," at the Tricycle Theatre in London, England with Michael Culver, James Woolley, David Robb, Hugh Simon, Edward Arthur, Roderic Culver, and Mark Penfold in the cast. Nicolas Kent and Surian Fletcher Jones were directors.
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Trivia:

For many years, Debbie Watson was a member of POCI, the national Pontiac Car Club, and owned a really cool 1957 Pontiac Star Chief Safari wagon.

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