Car 54, Where Are You? (1961–1963)
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The Star Boarder 

Gunther and Lucille Toody are trying to make some extra money. They decide to rent a room,taking in a preacher as a paying boarder. He seems as honest as the day is long but is he actually who he says he is?

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Officer Gunther Toody
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Officer Francis Muldoon
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'Rev.' Harold Peterson / Archie the Artist
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Officer Leo Schnauser
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Lucille Toody
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Rhoda Nelson
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Officer Omar Anderson
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Captain Paul Block
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Officer Ed Nicholson
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FBI Agent Potter
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Walter - the Butcher
Jimmy Little ...
Sgt. Jim McBride
Sandi Vincent ...
Bubbles - Peterson's Accomplice
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Gunther and Lucille Toody are trying to make some extra money. They decide to rent a room,taking in a preacher as a paying boarder. He seems as honest as the day is long but is he actually who he says he is?

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10 February 1963 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Tom Bosley's character is variously referred to as "Archie the Artist" and "Archie the Actor". See more »

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When the "Reverend" falls out the window, as everyone rushes out the door to check on him, you can see--on the left of the screen--the shadow of the camera as it dollies in for a close-up of the radio on top of the dresser, which is announcing that the counterfeiter has been caught. See more »

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Bringing In The Sheaves
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Lyrics by Knowles Shaw
Music by George A. Minor
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'Happy Days' At The Toody's Apartment
3 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

Tom Boseley, who became famous playing "Richie Cunningham's" dad on TV's "Happy Days," plays a con-man in this funny episode.

He plays "Archie The Artist" and his disguise this time is a reverend, "Rev. Harold Peterson" a man-of-the-cloth. He winds up as a boarder for one month at the Toody' residence because they need money after Lucille went on a spending spree.

Anyway, "Archie" is just biding time until the next heist plan is complete. He thinks he finds one....a really interesting one as he thinks the cops are really fellow crooks......but is he in for a surprise (as well as the cops)!

Overall, an entertaining episode from start to finish.


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