Further Adventures of Spin and Marty (1956– )

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David Stollery ...
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 Terry Moore (as Bobby Anderson)
Roy Barcroft ...
 Jim Logan
Ray Berwick ...
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 Freddie
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 Moochie
George DeNormand ...
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Bonnie Eddy ...
 Lakeview Girl
George Eldredge ...
 Dr. Spaulding
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 Annette
Leonard P. Geer ...
 Ollie
Connie Gilchrist ...
 Mrs. Markham
Kelli Green ...
 Speckles' Mother
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When William Beaudine was stricken with a ruptured appendix, Disney Studios reassigned dialogue director Fred Hartsook to the director's chair rather than shut down production for an extended period. See more »

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What I remeber of the Further Adventures of SPin and Marty
14 September 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What I remeber most of tha Further Adventues of SPin and Maty was the emphasis that Triple R put on swimming. THAT made possible some MIXED company, which is not really commonplace at a ranch camp, ordinarily. In other words, the boys at Triple R, Spin, Marty, Moochie, and others were swimming, which girls like also, so they had something to immunize them against misogyny. In one episode, some of the boys at Triple R saw Annette and Peggy from the girls' camp Circle H, while they were swimming.

The other part I remeber was a campfire scene, where the Triple R boys joined Circle H girls in a songfest, including the Cirlce H camp song, "Out at Circle H". Very fond memories.


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