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Year: 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: What's in a Name?

1965
In this test pilot, Ann's parents are played by different actors, Ted Bessell plays Don Blue Sky, her agent who is also her boyfriend, and Ann has a group of three girlfriends. Don thinks that Ann should change her name from Ann Marie to a more suitable stage name because every time he tells people her name, they ask "'Ann Marie' what?". Ann is hesitant because she knows that it would upset her parents, particularly her father. As she predicted, her father becomes very angry and will not speak to her unless she keeps her name. This episode was later changed to include the different actors and characters, and is episode 1.11 of the first season. Both versions are available on the Season 1 DVD set.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Harold Gould ... Lew Marie
Penny Santon ... Helen Marie

Ted Bessell ... Don Blue Sky
Cliff Norton ... Charlie
Shirley Bonne ... Charlotte
Jackie Joseph ... Sharon

Walter Sande ... Max Cochran
Anne Whitfield ... Linda (as Ann Whitfield)
Michael Hoffer ... Jimmy
Joseph Azar ... Actor (as David Azar)
Douglas McCairn ... Customer I

Rance Howard ... Customer II
Owen Bush ... Customer III
Mary Foran ... Customer IV

Jerry Paris ... The Director (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: Don't Just Do Something, Stand There

8 September 1966
Ann Marie is working at a newsstand in an office building. She meets Donald Hollinger, a magazine writer who works there. Ann has just gotten an acting job for a television commercial filming in the lobby of the office building.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Jack Good ... Mr. Rudolph (as Jack Goode)

Ed Peck ... Sam
Jerry Fogel ... Ernie

Luana Anders ... Shirley McChesney
Burt Taylor ... Waiter

Season 1, Episode 2: Goodbye, Hello, Goodbye

15 September 1966
Ann moves out of her parents home in Brewster, New York, and moves to New York City to become an actress, though her overprotective father isn't happy about it. Ann meets her neighbor, Judy Bessemer, but doesn't isn't on her own for very long - her mother comes to stay with her because she isn't speaking to Ann's father. Ann's agent gets her a role on a children's television show... playing a mop.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger (credit only)
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Ronnie Schell ... Harvey Peck

Byron Morrow ... Mr. Corcoran
J.B. Larson ... Studio Usher
Carol Worthington ... Jan
Ogden Talbot ... Customer
Joan Granville ... Woman Customer
Aileen Carlyle ... Woman Customer
Ivy Bethune ... Woman Customer

Duke Stroud ... Man

George DeNormand ... Maitre d' (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Never Change a Diaper on Opening Night

22 September 1966
Ann agrees to babysit for her neighbor and friend, Judy Bessemer, who assures her that she'll be back long before Ann has to leave for her audition for an acting workshop. Judy gets stuck at her sisters house and her husband, Leon, is an obstetrician and gets called to deliver a patient's baby, forcing Ann to take baby Stanley along on her audition. The director of the acting workshop is very no-nonsense and isn't a fan of babies.

Season 1, Episode 4: I'll Be Suing You

29 September 1966
Don loans Ann his car so she can pick up a rubber tree plant (which is actually a live plant) from her mother. A pedestrian carrying a sewing machine walks into Don's car while Ann was driving it and sues her. Ann gives her account of what happened in court, in great detail. She has trouble getting anyone to believe that while she was stopped at a traffic light, a man just walked into the car, and that his sewing machine damaged the fender.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Carl Ballantine ... Arnold Lemming

Don Diamond ... Butcher
Ruth Perrott ... Antique Lady
A.G. Vitanza ... Shoe Man (as A. G. Vitanza)
Rupert Crosse ... Policeman
Sam Reese ... Father John Morton (as Sammy Reese)
James O'Rear ... Bailiff

Robert Emhardt ... Judge

James Gonzalez ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Anatomy of a Blunder

6 October 1966
Ann is bringing Donald home to meet her parents for the first time, and Donald is already a nervous wreck. On the way to Brewster, NY they stop for a picnic, during which Donald has a series of mishaps.

Season 1, Episode 6: Rich Little Rich Kid

13 October 1966
Ann is pursued by a very wealthy, very persistent man. Since she and Donald are not in an exclusive relationship, Donald proceeds to compete with Rod Waxman.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Sam Melville ... Roddy Waxman

Paul Bryar ... Clerk

Larry Hankin ... Gus
Edmund Tontini ... Maitre D' (as Ed Tontini)
Abdullah Abbas ... Man at DMV (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Help Wanted

20 October 1966
Donald's secretary quits when she learns that she and her husband are having a baby. Ann, who is in need of a job, persuades a very reluctant Donald to hire her. Terry, who shares an office with Donald, thinks Ann is a great secretary, but her presence in the office makes it difficult for a rather jumpy Donald to get any work done.

Season 1, Episode 8: Little Auction Annie

27 October 1966
Ann, Donald, Judy and Leon attend an auction, where Ann pays $7.50 for a box without knowing what's inside. Although Donald thinks it's merely a box of junk, a man who introduces himself as Mr. Johnson asks if he can buy it from Ann. This only convinces Ann and Judy that something in the box must be more than just junk. After showing up at her apartment and offering her $30 for a baseball from the box, Ann and her friends become suspicious of Mr. Johnson.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Dabney Coleman ... Dr. Leon Bessemer

Ken Lynch ... Officer Dombrowski

Nora Denney ... Mrs. Morrisey (as Dodo Denny)
Teddy Quinn ... Patrick Morrisey

Stuart Nisbet ... Auctioneer (as Stu Nisbet)

Michael Conrad ... Mr. Johnson

Season 1, Episode 9: Time for Arrest

3 November 1966
Ann tries to explain to Donald how she came to be arrested, wearing a very small leopard print cave-girl outfit. It began when she filled in for a fellow actress at her job as a waitress at a restaurant called 'The Cave'.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Milton Selzer ... Al Morgenthaler

Herb Edelman ... Eddie Parelle
Jackie Joseph ... Margie
Dick Balduzzi ... Police Sergeant
Bella Bruck ... Martha

Roxanne Arlen ... Miss Friendship

Bernie Allen ... Mr. Lou

Johnny Silver ... Joey

Richard X. Slattery ... Lt. Sylvestri

Season 1, Episode 10: Break a Leg

10 November 1966
Ann's friend, Sandy, lands a role in a Broadway show, and asks Ann to be her understudy. While Sandy is staying with her, Ann is such a safety hazard, it is becoming even more likely that she'll have to take Sandy's place on stage.

Season 1, Episode 11: What's in a Name?

17 November 1966
This episode is a revised version of the test pilot, with different characters and actors. Ann's agent, Harvey Peck, thinks that she should change her name to something more appropriate for an actress, as people are constantly asking him "'Ann Marie' what?" Ann does not like the idea, knowing how much it would upset her parents. As she predicted, Ann's father is furious with the idea, and will not speak to her unless her name is 'Ann Marie'. Ann has to decide soon - she has a part on a television show and needs to choose what name will appear for her in the credits.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Dabney Coleman ... Dr. Leon Bessemer
Cliff Norton ... Charlie

Ronnie Schell ... Harvey Peck

Walter Sande ... Max Cochran
Michael Hoffer ... Jimmy
Joseph Azar ... Actor (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Owen Bush ... Customer III (uncredited)
Mary Foran ... Customer IV (uncredited)

Rance Howard ... Customer II (uncredited)
Douglas McCairn ... Customer I (uncredited)

Jerry Paris ... The Director (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Soap Gets in Your Eyes

24 November 1966
Ann currently has a recurring role on a popular soap opera, playing a villain named Sheila. When she is meeting Donald's parents for the first time, his mother dislikes her before even getting to know Ann. Donald finds out that his mother watches the soap opera and believes that Ann must be just like the evil character she plays on the show.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Kurt Kasznar ... George

Mabel Albertson ... Mildred Hollinger

Steve Franken ... Actor Playing Dr. Bruce Alden

George Cisar ... Harold Hollinger
Joseph Mell ... Sol (as Joe Mell)
Stevenson Phillips ... Director

Marjorie Bennett ... Rose
Geoff Edwards ... T.V. Announcer

Monty O'Grady ... Maitre D' (uncredited)

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: All About Ann

1 December 1966
Ann becomes jealous and suspicious when she finds out that Donald has been going to lunch with an girl from her acting workshop, and then lies to her about it.

Season 1, Episode 14: Phantom of the Horse Opera

8 December 1966
Ann has a neighbor who likes to play his organ late at night. When she and Donald go to ask him to stop playing, they meet Everett Valentine, and learn that he plays at home because he can't find any work playing the organ. Donald decides to surprise him by writing human-interest story about him for Newsview magazine, but when the story comes out and Ann goes to surprise him, she find his apartment empty... except for a copy of the new issue of Newsview.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Dabney Coleman ... Dr. Leon Bessemer

Sterling Holloway ... Everett Valentine

Reta Shaw ... Organ Saleslady
William Sargent ... Vernon Lyons (as Bill Sargent)

Violet Carlson ... Vacuum Buyer

Maxine Stuart ... Manager
Phil Arnold ... Tobacco Shop Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Beware of Actors Bearing Gifts

15 December 1966
Hobart, an actor in Ann's acting workshop, gives Ann a gift and tells her he wants to be friends. She feels that people should become friends before they give each other gifts, and tells him that she accept it. He still gives her gifts and tells her not to worry about it, because he stole them. Ann and Donald try to return everything so that Hobart won't have to go to jail.

Season 1, Episode 16: Christmas and the Hard-Luck Kid

22 December 1966
While on a break from her job at a department store as one of Santa's helpers, Ann tells Donald about a Christmas she spent with one of her students while she was a teacher at a boarding school. A little boy name Tommy, who has always spent Christmas in hotels, is stuck at the school while his parents finish working on a movie. Since she's isn't allowed to bring him home with her, Ann stays at the school with him to give him his first happy Christmas.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

June Vincent ... Tommy's Mother

John Fiedler ... Mr. Merriman

Christopher Shea ... Tommy Phillips (as Chris Shea)
Jean-Michel Michenaud ... Roger Green (as Gerald Michenaud)

Don Keefer ... Mr. Carson
Richard Brooks Burton ... Kid at Boarding School (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Among My Souvenirs

5 January 1967
Ann tries to return a ring to a high school sweetheart.

Season 1, Episode 18: These Boots Weren't Made for Walking

12 January 1967
The shoe line that Ann is currently selling are not the best made shoes.

Season 1, Episode 19: Kimono My House

19 January 1967
The maid that Ann hires for Donald brings out the jealousy in her.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Caroline Kido ... Miko Yamagata
Bill Saito ... Toshiro Takahashi
Yuki Tani ... Waitress

Season 1, Episode 20: Gone with the Breeze

26 January 1967
Ann loses the novel manuscript that Donald gives her to read.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Audrey Christie ... Miss Dailey

Richard Schaal ... Lost & Found Man (as Dick Schall)
Mitzi Hoag ... Helen
Harriet E. MacGibbon ... Customer (as Harriett MacGibbon)
Lela Bliss ... Irate Woman
Maxine Semon ... Lost & Found Woman

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Season 1, Episode 21: Rain, Snow and Rice

2 February 1967
At a wedding in Connecticut, a snowstorm traps Ann and Donald at the hotel and they have only one room available.

Season 1, Episode 22: Paper Hats & Everything

9 February 1967
Ann is surprised when she thinks she is getting a surprise party and her father really is taking her out to dinner.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Dabney Coleman ... Dr. Leon Bessemer

Laurie Main ... Maitre D'

Richard Dreyfuss ... Johnny Arthur
Alan Dexter ... Hal
Joe Corey ... Marvin Kronefeld
Amanda Randolph ... Harriet
Mitzi Hoag ... Patty
Bob Duggan ... Waiter
Armin Hoffman ... Paul

Leon Alton ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Alex Ball ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: What Are Your Intentions?

16 February 1967
Ann's father presses Donald as to whether he intends to marry his daughter.

Season 1, Episode 24: A Tenor's Loving Care

23 February 1967
Ann helps Donald get a story about a famous opera singer, if only he can control his romantic urges.

Season 1, Episode 25: Leaving the Nest Is for the Birds

2 March 1967
A family dinner put on by Ann to show how safe it is in the city is spoiled by a peeping Tom.

Season 1, Episode 26: You Have to Know Someone to Be Unknown

9 March 1967
Ann asks Donald to put a good word in for her to a Broadway producer, but he has already found someone for the part.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Herbert Rudley ... Harold J. Davis

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer
Dee J. Thompson ... Carol
Art Lewis ... Mover
A.G. Vitanza ... Herbie
Eddie Carroll ... Sheldon
Harvey Jason ... Bruce

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman
Dick Cherney ... Man Getting on Elevator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Honeymoon Apartment

16 March 1967
Ann gets a visit from her cousin and his brand new bride and he won't leave.

Season 1, Episode 28: This Little Piggy Had a Ball

23 March 1967
In a classic episode Ann gets her big toe stuck in a bowling ball after reading about someone who bowls with his feet.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer

Dabney Coleman ... Dr. Leon Bessemer
Jane Dulo ... Nurse
Murray Roman ... Bowling Manager
Marc London ... Dr. Charlie Wisnicki
Jerry Fogel ... Fireman
Burt Taylor ... M.C.
Shirley Bonne ... Sharon Hackett

Rob Reiner ... Carl

Teri Garr ... Estelle (as Terry Garr)
Gene Tyburn ... Young Man
Diane Quinn ... Teenage Girl
Paul Bradley ... Banquet Guest (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Banquet Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: Author, Author

30 March 1967
Donald writes a bit for Ann's audition, but his jokes aren't really funny.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Bonnie Scott ... Judy Bessemer
Sid Gould ... Ernie Bernie (as Sidney Gould)

Jack Good ... Mr. Handley (as Jack Goode)

Fay DeWitt ... Betsy
Snag Werris ... Waiter
J.B. Larson ... Asst. Producer
Kay Cole ... Dancer
Skip Martin ... Dancer (as Skip Marin)

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Season 1, Episode 30: The Mating Game

6 April 1967
Ann goes on "The Mating Game" and doesn't pick Donald. Since he's writing an article Donald gets to go on Ann's date.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Alejandro Rey ... Eduardo Guzman

Dan Tobin ... Eddie Turner

Stephen Dunne ... Bob Barton (as Steve Dunne)
Bobo Lewis ... Louise
Dorothy Rice ... Ellen
Linda Meiklejohn ... Nancy
Robert Lussier ... Peter Blake (as Bob Lussier)

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman
Paul Bradley ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Albert Cavens ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman

7 September 1967
Ann is working with Broadway legend Ethel Merman and gets a walk-on part in her revival of "Gypsy."

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Ethel Merman ... Ethel Merman
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Carol Ann Daniels ... Ruth Bauman (as Carolan Daniels)

Sandy Kenyon ... Ed Burns
Renata Vanni ... Mrs. Rose Brentano

Joy Harmon ... Miss Bridges

Allen Emerson ... Charlie
Abdullah Abbas ... Tenant (uncredited)
John Breen ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Bud Cokes ... Tenant (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Maitre D' (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Stagehand (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Good Skate

14 September 1967
To get a soft drink commercial Ann has to learn to skate.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Paul Smith ... Director
Richard Jury ... Business Man
Kerry MacLane ... Harold (as Kerry Mac Lane)

Rob Reiner ... Hairdresser
Janet Hamill ... Twinkie Girl
David Allen Saber ... Twinkie Boy

Season 2, Episode 3: Black, White and Read All Over

21 September 1967
Ann's father refuses to send Donald's novel to a publisher friend after reading it.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)

Henry Jones ... T.L. Harrison
Ethelreda Leopold ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: To Each Her Own

28 September 1967
Donald is doing an article on computer dating. Donald's match is a gorgeous model while Ann's match is very much like Donald.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Rich Little ... Andrew Marshall

Ruth Buzzi ... Pete Peterson
Suzanne Charny ... Lisa Stevens
Abdullah Abbas ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Theatre Patron (uncredited)
Robie Lester ... Lisa Stevens (voice) (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Apartment

5 October 1967
While Ann uses Donald's apartment (While he is away, of course!) a friend of Donald's stops by for a visit.

Season 2, Episode 6: Absence Makes the Heart Grow Nervous

12 October 1967
Before Ann gets a part in a play that begins touring in Philadelphia, Don tries to spend as much time with her as he can.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Philadelphia Story

19 October 1967
Ann misses Donald while she is doing a play in Philadelphia.

Season 2, Episode 8: There's Nothing to Be Afreud of But Freud Himself

26 October 1967
After Ann's personality is dissected, Donald uses want he has learned about Ann.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Collaborators

2 November 1967
Ann and Donald work together on a play based on Ann's life.

Season 2, Episode 10: When in Rome

9 November 1967
Ann gets a part in an Italian movie and is thrilled until she finds out about he nude scene.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Francis Lederer ... Vittorio Barrini

Carol Ann Daniels ... Ruth Bauman (as Carolan Daniels)
David Mauro ... Antonio Ricci
Anna-Lisa ... Rosanna Barrini (as Anna Lisa)

Frank Puglia ... Restaurant Owner
Renata Vanni ... Mamma

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman
William Boyett ... Photographer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Thanksgiving Comes But Once a Year, Hopefully

23 November 1967
Ann tries to cook everybody's favorite dishes for Thanksgiving and the meal doesn't turn out as Ann would like it to.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)

Mabel Albertson ... Mildred Hollinger

George Cisar ... Harold Hollinger
Joseph V. Perry ... Mailman (as Joseph Perry)
Nick Parisi ... Fireman

Season 2, Episode 12: The Mailman Cometh

30 November 1967
Ann has a publicity date with Dick Shawn who knows nothing about it.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Dick Shawn ... Himself

Don Penny ... Seymour Schwimmer

Ruth Buzzi ... Pete Peterson

George N. Neise ... Norman Kramer (as George Neise)
Paul Dubov ... Maitre D
Patti Gilbert ... Receptionist

Season 2, Episode 13: It's a Mod, Mod World: Part 1

7 December 1967
Ann goes to California for a photo shoot with a photographer that Donald does not like. He then falls for Ann just as Donald jumps on a plane for LA to be with Ann.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Gary Marshal ... Noel Prince

Laurie Main ... Grimsley

James Millhollin ... Hotel Clerk
Lea Marmer ... Woman in Automat
Richard Russell Ramos ... Man in Automat (as Richard Ramos)
Patrick Hawley ... Man in Automat
Sally Marr ... Model
Abdullah Abbas ... Man in Line (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Worker (uncredited)
Albert Cavens ... Cashier (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: It's a Mod, Mod World: Part 2

14 December 1967
Ann goes to California for a photo shoot with a photographer that Donald does not like. He then falls for Ann just as Donald jumps on a plane for LA to be with Ann.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Gary Marshal ... Noel Prince

Laurie Main ... Grimsley

Sidney Clute ... Policeman

William Callaway ... Photo Lab Man (as Bill Callaway)

Vince Barnett ... Room Service Waiter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, You're Under Arrest

21 December 1967
After buying tickets for her neighbors from a scalper, Donald mentions that sometimes people are robbed while they are at the show. Ann and Donald remove their Christmas presents from their apartment and get caught by the police.

Season 2, Episode 16: A Friend in Need

28 December 1967
When Ann injures herself Donald goes overboard taking care of her.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)

Carol Ann Daniels ... Ruth Bauman (as Carolan Daniels)

Benny Rubin ... Dr. Ferguson
Sally Ann Richards ... Secretary (as Sally Richards)

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman
Danny Arnold ... Producer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Fur All We Know

4 January 1968
When Ann accompanies Don to a party for the wealthy jet set, a gigolo mistakes Ann for a wealthy heiress because she is wearing an expensive chinchilla stole borrowed from her latest modeling job.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Quinn K. Redeker ... Buzzy Cavanaugh (as Quinn Redeker)

Benny Rubin ... Mr. Mellinger
Judith Cassmore ... Girl (as Judy Cassmore)
Eddie Guardino ... Cabbie (as Edward Guardino)
Ethelreda Leopold ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Rivals

11 January 1968
Ann's father Lou sees Donald as a rival for Ann's affections.

Season 2, Episode 19: Sixty-Five on the Aisle

18 January 1968
Ann and her parent's theater party are conflicting. Ann wants them to see her Broadway debut and the play management doesn't want this large party leaving during a crucial scene. They cut her lines the night that they want to see Ann.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Don Penny ... Seymour Schwimmer

Norman Fell ... Bernard Paperny

Buddy Lester ... Barney

Clinton Sundberg ... Manager
Donald Foster ... Mr. Merral
Lorna Thayer ... Queen
John Breen ... Stagehand (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Call of the Wild

25 January 1968
When Ann gets a soap commercial, the director says that she has a face that no housewife would resent for her looks. Now Ann thinks that she has no sex appeal.

Season 2, Episode 21: The Other Woman

1 February 1968
Ann's father escorts Ethel Merman as a favor and they get written up as a couple in the media.

Season 2, Episode 22: He and She and He

15 February 1968
Ann receives a marriage proposal from the amorous photographer that used her as a model in California.

Season 2, Episode 23: Odpdypahimcaifss

22 February 1968
Donald's mother finds a pair of Donald's pants in Ann's closet.

Season 2, Episode 24: Great Guy

7 March 1968
Marge, a friend of Ann's, asks the man of her dreams to marry her.

Season 2, Episode 25: The Detective Story

14 March 1968
A police detective stays with Ann after she gets some obscene phone calls much to Donald's annoyance.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Hal Buckley ... Detective Sergeant Ray Mandel

Season 2, Episode 26: If You Were Almost the Only Man in the World

21 March 1968
The doctor that treats Ann Marie after a baseball incident is Donald's double.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger / Dr. Rex Kennedy
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie
Milton Selzer ... Dr. Corey

Leonard Bremen ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: Just Spell the Name Right

28 March 1968
Ann hires a new press agent who immediately gets her named in a divorce case in the hopes to boost Ann's career.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Joan Blondell ... Marjorie Hobart

Robert Alda ... Buddy Hobart

Jesse White ... Eddy Edwards

Johnny Silver ... Siegfried S. Newman

Season 2, Episode 28: The Beard

11 April 1968
Ann has no love for Donald's new beard.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Ruth Buzzi ... Pete Peterson
Gerald Peters ... Headwaiter (as Gerald Saunderson-Peters)
Jackie Miller ... Waitress

Season 2, Episode 29: The Drunkard

18 April 1968
After Ann helps a comedian get sober, he is convinced that they had an affair.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Sid Caesar ... Marty Nickels

Audrey Christie ... Ella

Sid Melton ... Asst. Director

Buddy Lester ... Bartender
Arthur Julian ... Charlie

Teri Garr ... Actress #1 At Audition (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: Old Man's Darling

25 April 1968
After a wealthy old man ruins Ann's dress, he tries to make it up to her by sending her gifts.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Cecil Kellaway ... Andrew Washington

Arlene Golonka ... Bonita Lesalle

Jesse White ... Eddy Edwards
Chet Stratton ... Jeweler

Joe Besser ... Messenger
Jack Berle ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Party Guest (uncredited)
John Breen ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Alan Calm ... Party Guest (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Waiter (uncredited)
Robert Hitchcock ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Chester Jones ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Leoda Richards ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Sock It to Me

26 September 1968
Ann can not bring herself to slap actor Barry Sullivan as the script in the Braodway play tells her to do.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie
Milton Selzer ... Sidney Gold

Barry Sullivan ... Barry Sullivan
Patsy Sullivan ... Actress at audition (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Hi-Jack and the Mighty

3 October 1968
Ann while practicing for a commercial as an airline stewardess thinks she has spotted an airline hijacker.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Arlene Golonka ... Terry

Valentin de Vargas ... Manuel Gracie

Dick Wesson ... Bill Crawford
Arthur Julian ... Binswanger
David Mclean ... Captain Riley
Jane Dulo ... Mrs. Stevenson
John Breen ... Passenger (uncredited)
Leon Colker ... Hoffman (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Passenger (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Eleven Angry Men and That Girl

10 October 1968
Ann is the one holdout on a jury case about a man who hits his wife with an ashtray.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
David Ketchum ... Jack Packard

Stuart Margolin ... Talley (as Stu Margolin)

Hope Summers ... Miss Marker
Bobo Lewis ... Margaret Franklin

Dick Wilson ... Alex Franklin
Joseph V. Perry ... Bailiff (as Joe Perry)

Joe Besser ... Foreman

Vinton Hayworth ... Judge

Season 3, Episode 4: 7 1/4: Part 1

17 October 1968
When Ann goes to LA with Donald, her father is sure that hanky panky is going on between them.

Season 3, Episode 5: 7 1/4: Part 2

24 October 1968
Donald disapproves of Ann promoting a soft drink in a TV commercial.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie
Frank De Vol ... Mr. Barber (as Frank DeVol)

Peter Bonerz ... Larry Yorkin

Stuart Margolin ... Leonard Stanley (as Stu Margolin)

Ken Lynch ... Carl Sheldon

Jesse White ... Phil Bender

Hal Cooper ... Interviewed Screenwriter (uncredited)

Barry Williams ... Autograph Seeker (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Secret Ballot

31 October 1968
This is Ann's first Presidential election and she is studying the issues like crazy. She balks at telling her father which political party she is registered for.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)

Florence Halop ... Librarian (uncredited)

Penny Marshall ... Assistant Librarian (uncredited)
Richard Steele ... Trick-or-Treater (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Face in the Shower Room Door

7 November 1968
Only Ann Marie can get stuck in her shower.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Renzo Cesana ... Headwaiter
Jerry Riggio ... 1st Waiter
Leon Colker ... 2nd Waiter

Cesare Danova ... Federico Gente

Season 3, Episode 8: A Muggy Day in Central Park

14 November 1968
When Ann is mugged in Central Park Ann doesn't want her father to know. Donald does an article on the mugger patrol and gets caught by Ann's father dressed as a woman.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie
Dick Wesson ... Det. Charlie Thompson
Noam Pitlik ... Det. Harry Walters

Dort Clark ... Desk Sergeant
Joseph V. Perry ... Det. Foster (as Joe Perry)
Paul Sorensen ... Det. Bill Morgan
Bruce Mars ... Det. Schaffner

Season 3, Episode 9: Just Donald and Me and Jerry Makes Three

21 November 1968
After a fight between Jerry and Ruth, Ann and Donald get stuck in the middle.

Season 3, Episode 10: The Seventh Time Around

28 November 1968
Donald does a story on a wealthy woman who has been married six times and Ann thinks that she is trying to steal Donald away from her.

Season 3, Episode 11: Ann vs. Secretary

5 December 1968
Donald's secretary is trying to steal Donald from Ann. Ann returns everything he ever gave to her, but changes her mind and has minutes to correct the situation before Donald returns.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Carol Ann Daniels ... Ruth Bauman (as Carolan Daniels)
Mary Frann ... Pat Crawford (as Jennifer Douglas)
Queenie Smith ... Mrs. Leconte
George Dega ... Captain
Leon Colker ... Waiter
Nick Borgani ... Waiter (uncredited)
Robert Hitchcock ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Tony Rosa ... Waiter (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Decision Before Dawn

12 December 1968
Ann gets too much advice on what to do with the windfall in her latest paycheck.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)

Woodrow Parfrey ... Clerk

Vic Tayback ... Max

Joe Higgins ... Noel (as Joe Higgens)

Larry Storch ... John McKenzie

Season 3, Episode 13: Should All Our Old Acquaintances Be Forgot

26 December 1968
A private New Year's Eve celebration between Ann and Donald escalates when her parents show up for "one drink"and then more and more show up and a party starts.

Season 3, Episode 14: The Homewrecker and the Window Washer

2 January 1969
After a window washer saves Ann from a bully and gets his nose broken, Ann helps him home and his wife is sure that something is going on between them.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Bobo Lewis ... Ethel Clarn
Richard Elkins ... Policeman
Oliver McGowan ... Chairman

Bill Quinn ... Priest (as William Quinn)

Jules Munshin ... Rudy Clarn
Paul Bradley ... Board Member (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Board Member (uncredited)
Tony Rosa ... Board Member (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Board Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: The Eye of the Beholder

9 January 1969
Ann receives a delivery from an art store of an abstract sculpture. She believes the delivery is in error since there is no card and she didn't buy it. Regardless, she hates it, she likening it to a lump of brass mashed potatoes. She tells Donald her feelings about the sculpture, he who in turn tells her it is a gift from him. He felt like it figuratively "screamed Ann". Outwardly, Ann changes her tune about the sculpture because it was given to her not only with love but with her specifically in mind. However, as Ann starts defending the sculpture to others, it causes a riff between Jerry and Ruthie, between Ann and her father, and between Ann and her landlords, the Brentanos. Will the sculpture come to any good at all?

Season 3, Episode 16: Dark on Top of Everything Else

16 January 1969
Since Don has to work on the weekend, Ann decides to spend the weekend home with her parents. Her parents are on their way to New York for a convention. Ann stays while the parents are away, goes through her old things and feels nostalgic.

Season 3, Episode 17: The Earrings

23 January 1969
Ann loses one of the expensive diamond earrings that Donald gave her. Donald had insisted that she wear them. They both go buy a replacement and hide them in her apartment.

Season 3, Episode 18: Many Happy Returns

30 January 1969
Ann owes a lot back tax money to the IRS and she does not have it. Don tries to help her find tax deductions, but Ann did not keep any receipts.

Season 3, Episode 19: My Sister's Keeper

6 February 1969
Ann Marie does a soft drink commercial and will have her singing voice dubbed by a Sister - that looks like her sister.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Tony Thomas ... Tony Cassanetti

McLean Stevenson ... Mr. McKorkle
Terre Thomas ... Rose Cassanetti
Judith Cassmore ... Secretary (uncredited)

Danny Thomas ... Priest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: There Was a Time Ann Met a Pie Man

13 February 1969
Ann gets on a show where she gets hit in the face with a pie. After she feels embarrassed to death, the bit becomes a hit and they want her to do it again.

Season 3, Episode 21: The Subject Was Rabies

20 February 1969
Early one day, Ann is followed home by a friendly and cute little brown and white bushy tailed dog who she's never seen. The dog ends up giving Ann's father a nip on his ankles, causing a superficial wound before the dog runs off. As an off the cuff funny comment, Donald mentions the word "rabid" which sends both Lew and Ann into a fit of hypochondriac related hysteria. Lew is certain his developing symptoms are rabies related, while Ann can only think of her father's welfare even at the expense of her career as she stays with him, missing an important audition in the process. Despite the fact that Lew having rabies is in anecdotal terms a million to one, the possibly rabid dog story gains a life of its own. Because of it, Ann's apartment becomes Grand Central Station with among others the media hungry doctor, the animal control inspector, Ann's agent, a Newsview photographer, a messenger delivering the rabies vaccine, and a gaggle of young boys with small brown and white dogs who want Donald's offered reward money for finding *the* dog parading through her apartment all at the same time.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Stuart Margolin ... Dr. Phillip L. Priddy (as Stu Margolin)

Ed Peck ... Ketchum

Jack Colvin ... Bounder
Dick Balduzzi ... Messenger

Jules Munshin ... Harry Fields
Keith Luckett ... Boy (uncredited)
Richard Steele ... Boy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Defiant One

27 February 1969
Ann befriends a young black boy who claims to live on Park Avenue. His second story is about rats and squalor and is so awful that Ann wants to adopt him. When his father shows up he is famous and they do live on Park Avenue.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
George Spell ... David Johnson

Lewis Charles ... Mr. Elkins

Sidney Clute ... Desk Sergeant (as Sid Clute)

Naomi Stevens ... Shopper
Ketty Lester ... Mrs. Ellis
Lillian Field ... Lady

Terry Carter ... J.J. Johnson

Season 3, Episode 23: Fly Me to the Moon

6 March 1969
Ann has a job with Air Force public relations when she is supposed to help Donald in his apartment.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Noam Pitlik ... Beaumont
Joseph V. Perry ... Fletcher (as Joe Perry)

Joe Higgins ... Staff Sergeant (as Joe Higgens)
Richard Jury ... Airman
Ken Greenwald ... Radioman

Robert Colbert ... Major Brian James

Season 3, Episode 24: It's So Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House

13 March 1969
Ann's father catches Donald in Ann's apartment at night after a mouse scared her and he wants to get a preacher immediately.

Season 3, Episode 25: Bad Day at Marvin Gardens

20 March 1969
Ann's father is a shark when it comes to playing Monopoly.

Season 3, Episode 26: Sue Me, Sue Me, What Can You Do Me?

27 March 1969
Lou and Donald both have problems when he slips and falls at Donald's office.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Ned Glass ... Dr. Heindorf

David Lewis ... Robert L. Prentice
David Astor ... Charlie Lindstrom

Alan Oppenheimer ... Stewart Hurly

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Mission Improbable: Part 1

18 September 1969
While working as a model, Ann is hired to spy on a competing fashion house's designs.

Season 4, Episode 2: Mission Improbable: Part 2

25 September 1969
While working as a model, Ann is hired to spy on a competing fashion house's designs.

Season 4, Episode 3: My Part Belongs to Daddy

2 October 1969
Back in Brewster Ann is directing the local play and her father wants to have the lead which he doesn't get.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)
David Ketchum ... Harry (as Dave Ketchum)

Carole Cook ... Dorothy Desmond

Ned Wertimer ... Bob Brooks

Season 4, Episode 4: Nobody Here But Us Chickens

9 October 1969
Ann gets a job promoting a fried chicken restaurant. When the owner gets fresh, Ann gets stuck in the middle of nowhere - in a chicken suit.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)

Ed Peck ... Walter Clark

Don Eitner ... Young Man
Mari Oliver ... Girl #1
Doris Lorentz ... Girl #2 (as Doris Lorenz)
Linda Sue Risk ... Little Girl
H.B. Barnum III ... Little Boy

Harry Basch ... Driver

Slim Pickens ... Major Culpepper
Nick Borgani ... Chef (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Customer (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Customer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: At the Drop of a Budget

16 October 1969
When Donald is helping Ann start a budget, Ann is suffering from a misunderstood post-hypnotic suggestion to buy anything "at the drop of a hat."

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Monty Hall ... Dr. Pellman
Will Mackenzie ... Fiance

Walter Mathews ... Jeweler
Sam Denoff ... Dudley Moss
Mari Oliver ... Ticket Seller
Abigail Kanter ... Salesgirl

Gino Conforti ... Nino

Season 4, Episode 6: Hearing Today, Gone Tomorrow

23 October 1969
Ann messes up a commercial job because her cold has temporarily ruined her hearing.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Richard Stahl ... Director

Royce D. Applegate ... Harry (as Roy Applegate)
Andre Philippe ... Dino (as Andre Phillipe)
Nick Borgani ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: The Snow Must Go On

30 October 1969
Ann, Donald and her parents get trapped at JFK Airport during a blizzard and Ann has an audition on Broadway.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)
Milton Parsons ... Mr. Bailey
John Stephenson ... Howard Samrock
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... P. A. Announcer (as Rudofo Hoyos Jr.)
Danny Goldman ... Counterman
John Ward ... Doctor
Jeff Whipple ... Jed
Burt Brandon ... Pilot
Steven Benson ... Porter
Larry McCormick ... Reporter
Nick Borgani ... Commuter (uncredited)
Anthony Redondo ... Reporter (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Commuter (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Write is Wrong

6 November 1969
Donald has lots of trouble when he turns their incident at JFK during the blizzard into a television script.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

William Schallert ... Harry Cook
Alice Borden ... Ruth Bauman
Arthur Julian ... Milton East
Forrest Compton ... Jonathan Adams

Dick Curtis ... Drunk
Tom Kennedy ... Barry Forbes

Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Tony Rosa ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Shake Hands and Come Out Acting

13 November 1969
Donald is writing about a boxer who really wants to be an actor.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Scoey Mitchell ... Tony Harris (as Scoey Mitchlll)

Billy De Wolfe ... Jules Benedict

Allen Jaffe ... Jake

Mel Stewart ... Dal

John Aprea ... Frank

Harry Basch ... Charlie

James McCallion ... Max (as James Mc Callion)
Frankie Van ... Mel
Dick Dial ... Fighter

Season 4, Episode 10: Fix My Screen & Bug Out

20 November 1969
Ann tries to save a hotel from the ex-boyfriend of the current owner.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Michael Callan ... Bobby Miller
Alice Borden ... Ruth Bauman
Lillian Adams ... Mrs. Harris

Penny Marshall ... Joan
Don Lorbett ... Supervisor
Andre Philippe ... Gino (as Andre Phillipe)

Season 4, Episode 11: Kiss That Girl Goodbye

27 November 1969
Donald has a chance to go to Paris on business, but just can't leave Ann behind.

Season 4, Episode 12: She Never Had the Vegas Notion

11 December 1969
While performing in Las Vegas, the star that Ann is working with tries to break up Ann and Donald.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Jack Cassidy ... Marty Haines

Hope Holiday ... Joanne Ferrer (as Hope Holliday)
Allen Davis ... Desk Clerk

Bill McLean ... Waiter
Keith Rogers ... Stewardess
Brad Trumbull ... Reporter (as Brad Trumbell)

Pat Boone ... Himself

Morty Gunty ... Himself

Carl Reiner ... Himself
Nick Borgani ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Freda Jones ... Autograph Seeker (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: She Never Had the Vegas Notion: Part Two

18 December 1969
While performing in Las Vegas, the star that Ann is working with tries to break up Ann and Donald.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Jack Cassidy ... Marty Haines

Hope Holiday ... Joanne Ferrer (as Hope Holliday)
Allen Davis ... Desk Clerk

Bill McLean ... Waiter
Lillian Field ... Gertrude

Sam Edwards ... Harold
Judith Doty ... Sands Operator
Nick Borgani ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Dealer (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: I Am Curious Lemon

25 December 1969
Ann tries to impress Donald's married ex-girlfriend at a dinner party.

Season 4, Episode 15: Tenpercent of Nothing Is Nothing

1 January 1970
Ann is heading to the Catskills to be in her agent's comedy act.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Morty Gunty ... Sandy Stone

Alan Oppenheimer ... Mr. Katz

Olan Soule ... President

Diana Herbert ... Secretary
Bob Ross ... Party Guest

Lew Gallo ... Man at Table
Sam Denoff ... Big Guy

Duke Fishman ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Opening Night

8 January 1970
Ann is dreading her opening night reviews and THEN gets her finger stuck in the kitchen faucet.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie
Bobo Lewis ... Gloria
Anthony Spinelli ... Plumber (as Sam Weston)
Evelyn King ... Actress

Gino Conforti ... Nino

Army Archerd ... Army Archerd
Joyce Haber ... Joyce Haber
Vernon Scott ... Vernon Scott

Patty Regan ... Operator (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: That Metermaid

22 January 1970
Donald's meeting with a new editor turns out to be with somebody Ann knows, and leads to flashbacks of her brief career in law enforcement.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Dennis Weaver ... Lewis M. Franks

Judson Pratt ... Sgt. Melvin

Tol Avery ... Mayor Jim Swanson
Diana Hale ... Secretary

Claudia Bryar ... Mona
Fritzi Burr ... Laura
Billy Beck ... Councilman Diggs

Season 4, Episode 18: Fly by Night

29 January 1970
When flying up to her father's cabin in Vermont, their private plane runs out of gas and makes an emergency landing.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie (archive footage)

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (archive footage) (as Rosemary De Camp)

Russell Johnson ... Jon

Season 4, Episode 19: Ugh Wilderness

5 February 1970
After making an emergency landing Ann and Donald start to walk to find shelter.

Season 4, Episode 20: Stocks & the Single Girl

12 February 1970
Based upon a list accidentally received from a stock broker, Ann invests in the stock market. The list was a grocery list.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Harry Townes ... Arnold Lindsey
Jim Connell ... Jonas

Pitt Herbert ... Ben White
William Lanteau ... Eddie

Lieux Dressler ... Secretary

Duke Fishman ... Broker (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Waiter (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Broker (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Jeffrey Sayre ... Broker (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: The Night They Raided Daddy's

19 February 1970
To help business at his restaurant, Ann's father hires a music act that bares more than they should.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Rosemary DeCamp ... Helen Marie (as Rosemary De Camp)
Gene Baylos ... Agent

Tom Pedi ... Tony

Bill Quinn ... Harry
Robert Gibbons ... Reverend

Leonard Bremen ... Sherriff
Gene R. Wallace ... Blue Boy (as Rayburn Wallace)
Jeff Brock ... Blue Boy
Joe Duckett ... Blue Boy
Nick Borgani ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Tony Rosa ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: The Reunion

26 February 1970
Ann is treasurer of her high school alumni association and someone steals the $360 that was meant for their reunion dinner. Ann plays detective to find out who the thief is.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie
Iggie Wolfington ... Harry Jensen (as Iggie Woifington)
Oaky Miller ... Mike Foster

Eldon Quick ... Melvin Watson
Florence Mercer ... Estelle Webber
Gene Sheriff ... Flip Webber
Anita Alberts ... Rusty Farrell

Harrison Page ... Mark (as Harry Page)
Sandy Brown Wyeth ... Joannie

Season 4, Episode 23: Gone-A-Courtin

5 March 1970
Ann helps out a producer in court over a shish-kabob accident.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Frank Maxwell ... William Samuels

Alan Oppenheimer ... Morgan Jerome
Allen Davis ... Lionel Vernon

Harvey J. Goldenberg ... Jones
William Lally ... Judge McKinly
Ellen Clark ... Miss Brown (as Eilen Clark)
Dee Carroll ... Lydia

Hal Williams ... Court Clerk
Sam Denoff ... Hat Check Man #1 (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Lew Gallo ... Hat Check Man #2 (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 24: They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?

12 March 1970
Ruthie is caught on Jerry's movie kissing another man.

Season 4, Episode 25: Easy Faller

19 March 1970
After Donald hurts his back at Ann's, she goes to get his interviewee and brings him to her place - followed by her father.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Warren Berlinger ... Dr. Jerry Goldfisher

Albert Carrier ... Jean Paul Lemairre
Bobo Lewis ... Gloria

Season 4, Episode 26: All's Well That Ends

26 March 1970
Ann is staying with a child that has the mumps rather than go to the theater with Donald.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Mary-Robin Redd ... Janie Downs (as Mary Robin Redd)
Colin Male ... Dr. Goodwin
Vernon Weddle ... Murray

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Counter Proposal

25 September 1970
Donald Hollinger finally asks Ann Marie to marry him.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Ronnie Schell ... Bob Howard

Avery Schreiber ... Mr. Franklin (as Avery Schrieber)
Martin Walker ... Mr. Steinmetz

Sandra de Bruin ... Joan (as Sandy DeBruin)

Reva Rose ... Marcy

Season 5, Episode 2: Don and Sandi and Harry and Snoopy

2 October 1970
When Donald's sister asks Ann to check up on a fellow actor that she is falling for, he makes a pass at Ann.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Cloris Leachman ... Sandi

Mark Roberts ... Harry Fieldstone
Bob Ross ... Waiter
David Ketchum ... Man in Restaurant (as Dave Ketchum)

Season 5, Episode 3: I Ain't Got Nobody

9 October 1970
Ann's head appears on the body of another woman in a Playboy-like magazine.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Kenneth Mars ... Captain Gooney

Harold Peary ... Harvey (as Hal Peary)
Eddie Ryder ... Mr. Sadler
Sam Carlson ... Model
Bob Ross ... Bob

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Leon Alton ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Robert Hitchcock ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: No Man Is a Manhattan Island

16 October 1970
To fulfill a game show stunt, Ann throws a party for her neighbors and her purse gets stolen.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

William Bakewell ... Bob Macintosh
Ric Roman ... Ed Ferrone
Erin O'Reilly ... Jill Johnson

Alex Rocco ... Biff Johnson
Amzie Strickland ... Ella Tansy
Charles Lampkin ... Horace Hansen

Don Eitner ... Policeman
Jerry Fogel ... Mr. Hale

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Season 5, Episode 5: Rattle of a Single Girl

23 October 1970
Ann and Donald go to pre-marriage counseling to find their non-existent problems.

Season 5, Episode 6: There Sure Are a Bunch of Cards in St. Louis: Part I

30 October 1970
Ann goes to St. Louis to be in a play and meet with her future in-laws.

Season 5, Episode 7: There Sure Are a Bunch of Cards in St. Louis: Part II

6 November 1970
Ann goes to St. Louis to be in a play and meet with her future in-laws.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Mabel Albertson ... Mildred Hollinger

Frank Faylen ... Bert Hollinger

Dave Willock ... Director

Richard Schaal ... Bill

Richard Libertini ... John

Shari Summers ... Jeannie (as Shari Sommers)
Penny Kunard ... Hostess (as Penny Kenard)
Lee Amber ... Customer
Stan Musial ... Himself

Ruth McDevitt ... Aunt Belle

Season 5, Episode 8: That Cake

13 November 1970
As a representative of New York State, Ann bakes a cake for the governor and thinks she lost her engagement ring in it.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Regis Philbin ... Producer Ron Rouser

Woodrow Parfrey ... Clifford Magleson
Eric Brotherson ... Lazlo
Sheila Rogers ... Mrs. Kling

Harvey J. Goldenberg ... Assistant Chef
Bob Ross ... Tommy

Reva Rose ... Marcy

Season 5, Episode 9: That Girl's Daddy

20 November 1970
Her father is feeling old until Ann introduces him to a younger woman. Later Ann thinks that her father is going to leave her mother for her.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Corinne Conley ... Jeanne
Ralph Williams ... Charlie Flynn
Betty Kean ... Mrs. McCarty

Lew Gallo ... Policeman #1

Harrison Page ... Policeman #2

Don Eitner ... Poker Player #1
Bernie Orenstein ... Poker Player #2

Season 5, Episode 10: Stop the Presses I Want to Get Off

27 November 1970
Ann Marie gets a job at a magazine rival of Donald's because her new employers think that he will help out his future wife.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

James Gregory ... Jonathan Adams

John Aniston ... Phil Harvey
Bill Mullikin ... George
Jack Denbo ... Andre Pennet (as Jacques Denbeaux)
Michael Stanwood ... Photographer
Vernon Scott ... Reporter #1
James Bacon ... Reporter #2

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Season 5, Episode 11: Super Reporter

4 December 1970
Donald has to accept an award wearing the superhero costume that his friends tricked him into wearing.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

James Gregory ... Jonathan Adams

Roy Roberts ... Deputy Commissioner Finlay
Brad Trumbull ... Policeman
Jimmy Cross ... Drunk
Ed Rice ... Stage Manager

Robert Rothwell ... TV Commentator
Fred Holliday ... Charlie
Florence Mercer ... Autograph Fan
Arline Anderson ... Secretary
Barbara Minkus ... Elaine

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Season 5, Episode 12: That Señorita

11 December 1970
Ann does a sketch that Mexicans find very offensive.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Alejandro Rey ... Felix
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Rudy Sanchez (as Rudolfo Hoyos)
Dick Yarmy ... Fred Thompson
Forrest Compton ... George Phillips
Pepe Callahan ... Raoul Garcia

Army Archerd ... TV Critic
Sarah Fankboner ... Miss Juanez (as Sarrah B. Fankboner)
Alice Borden ... Ruth Bauman

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Season 5, Episode 13: An Uncle Herbert for All Seasons

18 December 1970
Uncle Herbert drops in on Ann and Donald with a bunch of get rich quick schemes.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

James Gregory ... Jonathan Adams

Ed Peck ... Customs Official
Joseph Mell ... Customs Official #2

Joe Flynn ... Uncle Herbert Marie
Gloria Hill ... Girl (uncredited)
Tipp McClure ... Lars (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: That Script

1 January 1971
An author will not give Ann the movie rights to his book because she looks too much like his late wife.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

William Windom ... Joseph Nelson

Morty Gunty ... Sandy Stone

Nina Foch ... Frances Nelson
Nick Borgani ... Waiter (uncredited)
Bob Ross ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: Those Friars

8 January 1971
Ann inherits her Uncle Harry's old vaudeville trunk which stars Danny Thomas and Milton Berle insist on buying.

Season 5, Episode 16: A Limited Engagement

15 January 1971
Donald gets a severe case of cold feet and contemplates breaking his and Ann's engagement.

Season 5, Episode 17: The Russians Are Staying

29 January 1971
A Russian conman takes advantage of Ann.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie

Bob Dishy ... Nicholai Yusachevski

Richard Erdman ... Milton

Jack DeLeon ... Demetri
Paul Camen ... Ivan

Gino Conforti ... Nino
Jack Berle ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: That Shoplifter

5 February 1971
Ann is tricked into shoplifting by an unscrupulous gentleman.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Jerry Hausner ... Walter Harrison
Mathias Reitz ... Baxter (as Mat Reitz)
George Ives ... Dawson

Stafford Repp ... Jim
Bobo Lewis ... Shopper
Judith Cassmore ... Secretary (as Judy Cassmore)
Pat Weidler ... Clerk
Charles Cirillo ... Customer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Chef's Night Out

12 February 1971
When her father's restaurant staff is out with the flu, Ann and Donald tell him that they'll run his restaurant by themselves.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Tom D'Andrea ... Frankie

Al Molinaro ... Marv

Albert Popwell ... Maurice
Shirley O'Hara ... Mrs. Sloan
Patricia Marlowe ... Mrs. Jones (as Pat Malowe)

Leon Belasco ... Andre
Louis De Farra ... Pierre (as Louis DeFarra)
Peter Bruni ... Herman
Tom Pace ... Pizza Boy
Steven Benson ... Chicken Boy (as Steve Benson)
Jane Connell ... Laura

Season 5, Episode 20: That King

19 February 1971
Ann befriends a king who happens to be quite young.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

David Doyle ... Albert Berg
Brook Fuller ... The King
Tiger Joe Marsh ... Body Guard

Herbie Faye ... Waiter
Noel De Souza ... Ambassador (as Noel De Sousa)
Alice Borden ... Ruth Bauman

Bernie Kopell ... Jerry Bauman

Season 5, Episode 21: Stag Party

26 February 1971
Donald's bachelor party almost causes Ann to break their engagement.

Season 5, Episode 22: Two for the Money

5 March 1971
While modeling at Belmont Racetrack, Don's friends see a horse named after her and have her place their money on him. Then Ann loses the ticket.

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger

Michael Lerner ... Charlie
Dick Yarmy ... Cashier
Bunny Summers ... Wardrobe Lady
Louis De Farra ... Oscarelli

Alex Rocco ... Employee
Vince Eli ... Ragged Man
Joe Ross ... Barney
Bernie Orenstein ... Better
Sam Denoff ... Big Better

Hal Williams ... John
Arthur Abelson ... Harry

Royce D. Applegate ... Bill (as Roy Applegate)
Nick Borgani ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)

Jeffrey Sayre ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)

Dick Van Patten ... Race Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 23: Soot Yourself

12 March 1971
After Ann pickets Donald's office, he invites his boss to Ann's place for dinner.

Season 5, Episode 24: The Elevated Woman

19 March 1971
Stuck in an elevator, Donald and Ann reminisce about their last five years together as we see the last of "That Girl!"

Marlo Thomas ... Ann Marie

Ted Bessell ... Donald Hollinger
Tani Guthrie ... Audrey (as Tani Phelps)

Howard Storm ... Elevator Operator
Jack Kissell ... Bellhop (as Jack Kissel)
John Cluett ... Newlywed Man
Sherry Alberoni ... Newlywed Girl
Eddie Carroll ... Sheldon (archive footage) (uncredited)

Audrey Christie ... Miss Dailey (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael Conrad ... Chuck Powers (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jack Good ... Mr. Rudolph (archive footage) (uncredited)
Mitzi Hoag ... Sales Girl (archive footage) (uncredited)
Harvey Jason ... Bruce (archive footage) (uncredited)
Art Lewis ... Door-to-Door Salesman (archive footage) (uncredited)
Harriet E. MacGibbon ... Customer (archive footage) (uncredited)
Lew Parker ... Lew Marie (archive footage) (uncredited)

Herbert Rudley ... Harold J. Davis (archive footage) (uncredited)
Dee J. Thompson ... Carol (archive footage) (uncredited)
A.G. Vitanza ... Herbie (archive footage) (uncredited)

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