My Favorite Martian (1963–1966)
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How Are Things in Glocca, Martin? 

Tim's rich but frugal Uncle Seamus comes for a visit. Obviously he doesn't know of an "Uncle Martin" and is suspicious of Tim's permanent house-guest. Seamus inadvertently sees Martin doing... See full summary »

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Seamus O'Hara
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Tim's rich but frugal Uncle Seamus comes for a visit. Obviously he doesn't know of an "Uncle Martin" and is suspicious of Tim's permanent house-guest. Seamus inadvertently sees Martin doing some of his Martian trickery, and comes to the immediate conclusion that Martin is a leprechaun. Seamus isn't going to pass up his chance to get a wish from a leprechaun. All he wants is to find his one true love, Eileen, who he hasn't seen in 25 years and who is living somewhere in America. Martin finds Eileen, a plain housemaid, who doesn't want to see Seamus again since he broke her heart when they originally dated. So Martin transforms her into a refined woman. However she confesses she didn't lose him to another woman, but to the quest for money; she being a poor maid makes her scared that he won't love her for who she is. So Martin physically transforms Seamus into a poor slob. When they meet, he thinks she's rich, and she thinks he's poor. When the truth comes out, their old differences ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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10 January 1965 (USA)  »

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The title is a song from the musical 'Finian's Rainbow': 'How Are Things in Glocca Morra?' The original Broadway production of "Finian's Rainbow" opened at the 46th Street Theater on January 10, 1947 and ran for 725 performances. See more »

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