The original cast members from the classic television series resurrect their characters, including Patty Duke in her legendary dual role as identical cousins Patty and Cathy Lane. This time... See full summary »
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Pat Harrington Jr.
The original cast members from the classic television series resurrect their characters, including Patty Duke in her legendary dual role as identical cousins Patty and Cathy Lane. This time the family reconvenes in New York in order to surprise Patty, and end up battling her old arch-nemesis Sue Ellen, who is intent on having the high school torn down. Written by
It was wonderful to see that Jean Byron still has the prettiest smile since Sara Allgood (How Green Was My Valley).
Otherwise, fluffy, with a script a bit on the lame, predictable side, this story got tired in a short time. I don't even think I stayed with it till the end. It was good to see the cast again, though Paul O'Keefe could have phoned his part in. Perhaps there were too many new characters to give the originals enough tube time.
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