The Dick Van Dyke Show: Season 3, Episode 28

October Eve (8 Apr. 1964)

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Laura once commissioned an artist for a fully clothed portrait of herself, which he, taking artist license, rendered nude and now has standing in an art gallery for all to see.

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Larry Mathews ...
Ritchie Petrie (credit only)
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Sergei Carpetna
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Howard Wendell ...
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Genevieve Griffin ...
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Laura tries to conceal the fact that there is a nude painting of her entitled "October Eve" hanging in a New York art gallery. She eventually recalls the circumstances under which eccentric artist Serge Carpenta depicted her posing in the all-together. Written by mikhail080@cs.com

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The title of this episode is an allusion to the painting "September Morn" by Paul Chabas. This painting of a young woman bathing outdoors was considered scandalous when it was shown in the United States in 1913. See more »

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Laura Petrie: [posing for her portrait] My husband is gonna be so excited.
Sergei Carpetna: That peasant. What does HE know? Jokes he writes for Milton Berle.
Laura Petrie: No, Alan Brady.
Sergei Carpetna: What's the difference. He's a jolly jokester, a peasant. He should kiss the ground of a girl like you.
Laura Petrie: Well, I love him.
Sergei Carpetna: So you're a peasant, too.
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