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Cathy Lane, teen-aged daughter of a globe-trotting journalist, comes to live at the home of her uncle, a newspaper editor in New York City. Curiously, Cathy is the spitting image of her uncle's daughter, Patty. Appearances aside, however, the urbane Cathy is nothing like her cousin Patty, who is the typical American teenager. Written by
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Besides the differences mentioned in the theme song, Patti's eyes were always opened wide and she spoke much louder and faster than Cathy who had a slight Scottish accent and spoke more quietly than Patty and Cathy's eyes were not opened as wide. Patti had the bangs while Cathy combed her hair back. See more »
In some very early episodes, the face of Patty Duke's stand-in can be briefly glimpsed. See more »
Having grown up in the 60's I like thousands of other boys fell in love with Patty Duke! Wednesdays at 8:30 on ABC were reserved for our date with Patty and Cathy! The show was so well done and Patty was wonderful as the 2 completely different cousins! It is a shame that television does not offer such wholesome entertainment today! I am a teacher and have shown my class clips from this show and believe it or not even inner city kids found this 60's relic entertaining! I hope TV Land brings it back!
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