Gidget (1965–1966)
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Independence: Gidget Style 

Gidget gets a job at the new teenage nightclub to pay for a birthday present for her Dad. Unfortunately the family suspects that she is working at someplace a little racier.

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Professor Russell Lawrence
Lynette Winter ...
Larue
Betty Conner ...
Anne Cooper
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John Cooper (as Peter Deuel)
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Maitre d'
Viola Harris ...
Miss Conway
Robert Beach ...
Toby
Carole Williams ...
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2nd Girl (as Celeste Yarnell)
Lisa Mitchell ...
Hatcheck Girl
Ralph Leabow ...
Counterman
Rickie Sorensen ...
Boy Surfer (as Rick Sorensen)
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Gidget gets a job at the new teenage nightclub to pay for a birthday present for her Dad. Unfortunately the family suspects that she is working at someplace a little racier.

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17 March 1966 (USA)  »

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The Secret Life of Gidget
7 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

It's Mr. Lawrence's (Don Porter) birthday and Gidget (Sally Field) wants to get her father the expensive camera he desires. She only has a week to come up with $77 and searches for a job. She overhears two attractive girls talking about what she assumes is a modeling job, but goes to the address to find its a Playboy-like Tomcat Club (what I believe is the KAOS set from "Get Smart"). She's directed to a new, innocent teenage club that's more like an ice cream parlor called "It's Kicks". She tells her father that she's babysitting at the Wallaces, but he finds that she isn't there. Gidget's sister Anne (Betty Conner) finds the application to be a kitty at the Tomcat Club and sways her father into thinking that's where she is. Mr. Lawrence goes inside and comically tries to act suave. Undeterred, he must now balance trusting his daughter and searching her out to question her.


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